trainComing by car? Parking options

Limited, daily and hourly rate parking exists at the Convention Center and at an outdoor lot located between Ohio and Indiana Avenues, but experience has shown that these lots fill early. Save yourself the hassle and plan alternate parking before you leave your house.

Consider parking at one of the Atlantic City hotels from which NJEA runs complimentary shuttles. See details below.

For free parking and a complimentary shuttle to the Convention Center, take Exit 2 of the expressway to Rt. 322/40 South to Atlantic City High School on the right. Free shuttles run between the Convention Center and this lot.

Additional parking options can be found this map.

Leave the car near home—come by NJ TRANSIT

By train – The Atlantic City Rail Line runs from Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station to the Atlantic City Rail Terminal, adjacent to the Convention Center.

The cost is just $10 each way from Philadelphia and less in-between from Cherry Hill, Lindenwold, Atco, Hammonton, Egg Harbor City, and Absecon. Purchase your ticket at Ticket Vending Machines (TVM) to avoid a $5 surcharge on the train.

Discounted tickets are available for senior citizens age 62 and older and customers with disabilities. Restrictions apply. For more in-formation, visit

Easy connection from River LINE – There are three easy steps to connect from River LINE to the Atlantic City Convention Center. Ride the River LINE to NJ TRANSIT’s Walter Rand Transportation Center. Take PATCO to Lindenwold. Connect to the NJ TRANSIT Atlantic City Rail Line.

By bus – NJ TRANSIT has express bus service on Bus Route No. 551 between Camden and the Atlantic City Bus Terminal just two blocks from the Convention Center. For added convenience, passengers with an Atlantic City/Philadelphia rail ticket or pass may also use that ticket on the 551 bus route between Atlantic City and Philadelphia’s Greyhound Terminal located at 10th and Filbert Streets.

Bus tickets valid between Philadelphia and Atlantic City are honored on the Atlantic City Rail Line for interstate and intrastate travel.

Travel flexbility – You can use your NJ TRANSIT monthly rail pass on light rail and bus. Rail passes are imprinted with a zone number. You can use your rail pass for any light rail trip, or for bus trips up to the number of zones imprinted, during the period it is valid.

NJ TRANSIT public timetables are subject to change. Check timetables or visit prior to traveling.

Most of NJ TRANSIT’s rail, light rail and bus lines are accessible. Check or call 973-275-5555 for accessible travel information. If you have a disability that prevents you from using the local fixed bus route, you may request information about Access Link, NJ TRANSIT’s ADA paratransit service by calling 800-955-ADA1 (2321).

Take a shuttle to the Atlantic City Convention Center

NJEA provides free shuttle service between the Convention Center and various areas throughout Atlantic City. Shuttles leave every 15 minutes between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Thursday and 7 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Friday, but remember to make allowances for Atlantic City traffic patterns. There will also be a shuttle service on Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. every 30 minutes to all routes except the purple and grey routes.

When going to the Convention Center, catch a shuttle at any of the hotels listed at left. Be sure to note the “color” of the bus you boarded. Take the same color when returning to your hotel or parking lot.

Here are the route colors and their destinations from the Convention Center.

ColorsDetails about color-coded shuttle routes will also be posted in the Convention Center. Buses leave from designated loading areas either in front of the Center or at the side entrance.

A handicapped accessible minibus is available upon request. Individuals using wheelchairs or walkers must schedule minibus transportation in advance. Call Annalisa Russell at 609-599-4561, ext. 2257 prior to Oct. 25.

Travel with colleagues— charter a bus

Consider sponsoring a local or county association bus to Atlantic City. Help members enjoy the convention without the hassle of driving and searching for parking. They can sit back, relax, and share the experience and session highlights with colleagues.

Bus permits must be purchased in advance from the South Jersey Transportation Authority, PO Box 351, Hammonton, NJ 08037-0351. Permits are $2 per bus per day, plus $3 processing fee for up to 50 permits. You must have a permit for each day your bus is in Atlantic City.

Ride A.C. history—take a jitney

The Atlantic City Jitney Association was started in 1915. “Jitney” is an old English term that means nickel—the fare when these charming vehicles firs began operating in the city. Today, jitneys operate on Pa-cifi Avenue for $2.25 per person, one way. They provide efficient transportation to all casino hotels, including the marina area.

Casino parking garages

  • ACH (formerly Hilton @ Boston Avenue and the Boardwalk. (2,081 spaces)
  • Tropicana Casino and Resort @ Brighton Avenue and the Boardwalk. (5,000 spaces)
  • Caesars Atlantic City @ Arkansas Avenue and the Boardwalk. (2,122 spaces)
  • Caesars Parking Garage on Michigan Avenue. (3,224 spaces)

Other Atlantic City parking

Ohio Avenue Parking Lot @ Ohio and Baltic avenues. (Convention Center Vicinity. Lot 149) At the end of the Atlantic City Expressway turn left onto Arctic Avenue. Follow Arctic Avenue three blocks to Indiana Avenue. Turn left onto Indiana Avenue, then turn left onto Baltic Avenue (next block); the entrance to the Ohio Avenue lot is half a block down on the right.

New York Avenue Parking Garage/Park America @ South New York Avenue between Pacific andAtlantic avenues. Proceed East on Missouri Avenue (toward ocean) to Pacific Avenue. Make a left onto Pacific Avenue. Follow Pacific to New York Avenue. Make a left onto New York Avenue. Parking garage will be on your right.

South Jersey Transportation Parking Lot @ Corner of Missouri and Atlantic avenues. Lot is on the corner. Entrance is on Missouri Avenue. (299 spaces)

Parking garage @ at Fairmount and Mississippi avenues just of the Atlantic City Expressway. The garage has easy access to the Convention Center with 1,180 parking spaces and five levels of parking.

Park Place Parking Lot @ Corner of Ohio and Atlantic avenues. (Bally’s Atlantic City vicinity) Proceed east on Missouri Avenue (toward ocean) to Atlantic Avenue. Make a left onto Atlantic Avenue. Proceed to Ohio Avenue. Lot will be on the corner. Make a right onto Ohio Avenue for entrance.

Parking Lot @ Pacific Avenue be-tween Mississippi and Georgia avenues. Proceed east on Missouri Avenue (toward ocean) to Pacific Avenue. Make a right onto Pacific Avenue. Parking lot will be on your right between Mississippi and Georgia avenues directly across from Boardwalk Hall.

Parking Lot @ Atlantic Avenue between Mississippi and Georgia avenues. Proceed east on Missouri Avenue (toward ocean) to Atlantic Avenue. Make a right onto Atlantic Avenue. Parking lot will be on your left between Mississippi and Georgia avenues.

G&M Parking Lot @ On Georgia Avenue between Pacific an Atlantic avenues. Proceed east on Missouri Avenue (toward ocean) to Pacific Avenue. Make a right onto Pacific Avenue. Proceed to Georgia Avenue. Make a right onto Georgia Avenue. Parking lot will be on your left.

Casino School Lot – Bacharach Boulevard. (Atlantic City Convention Center vicinity) Follow the signs for the Atlantic City Connector, take the first exit for the Convention Center/Bacharach Blvd. The lot is at the end of the block on Ohio Avenue and Bacharach Boulevard. (90 spaces)

Tanger Outlets – The Walk Parking: Shuttle service to the AC Outlets-The Walk is also available from surface lots on Fairmount Avenue between Ohio and Michigan avenues and on Atlantic Avenue across from Trump Plaza. The Caesar’s garage is also convenient to AC Outlets – The Walk.