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List of NJ Transit bus routes (500–549)

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#2514 on the 505 along Atlantic Avenue in Atlantic City.
#2514 on the 505 along Atlantic Avenue in Atlantic City.

New Jersey Transit operates the following local bus routes within Atlantic County, centered on Atlantic City that were once operated by Atlantic City Transportation Company. All of these routes are exact fare lines (except for 510) and are operated out of the Egg Harbor garage.


The full route is shown below except for branching. School routes are not listed.

Route Terminal A Main streets of travel Terminal B Notes
501 Atlantic City Bus Terminal Atlantic Avenue
Brigantine Boulevard
Brigantine Avenue
End of Brigantine Avenue
502 Atlantic City
North Carolina Avenue
Atlantic Avenue
Black Horse Pike
Atlantic Cape Community College
  • Sunday service ends at Hamilton Mall in Mays Landing and does not serve Atlantic Cape.
  • Formerly Route A2
504 Atlantic City
Brigantine Boulevard
Adriatic and Caspian Avenues
Baltic and Arctic Avenues
West End Avenue
Ventnor Plaza
  • Formerly Route A4
505 Atlantic City
  • Venice Park or
  • Gardiner's Inlet
Atlantic Avenue
Ventnor Avenue
South 15 Avenue
  • 24-hour service
  • Select service travels via Ventnor Plaza.
  • More frequent service to Venice Park.
  • Formerly Route A5
507 Atlantic City
North Carolina Avenue
Atlantic Avenue
Shore Road
Ocean City Bus Terminal
  • 24-hour service
  • Formerly Route A7
508 Atlantic City
North Carolina Avenue
Black Horse Pike
Shore Road
Jimmie Leeds Road
Pomona Road
Hamilton Mall
  • Formerly Route A8
509 Atlantic City
North Carolina Avenue
Atlantic Avenue
New Road
Somers-Mays Landing Road
Somers Point
Holly Hill Drive
  • Between 9:30 AM and 3:30 PM daily, 509 trips are extended into Ocean City. These trips also operate via the Black Horse Pike instead of the Atlantic City Expressway.
  • Formerly Route A9
510 Wildwood
Wildwood Bus Terminal
Wildwood Boulevard Rio Grande
  • Seasonal service only
  • Full Service
  • Former 316 Local service between Wildwood and Cape May, split in 2011.
  • Rerouted to operate via Route 9 in 2016.
  • Section between Rio Grande and Cape May eliminated in 2017
  • Shared with Washington Twp and Newton Ave

Former routes

In the past, New Jersey Transit ran shuttle routes running from the Atlantic City Rail Terminal to casinos in Atlantic City, numbered 506 and 510-513, connecting Atlantic City Line customers to casino destinations. All of these routes are now operated by the Atlantic City Jitney Association using either jitneys or dedicated minibuses. Note: Destinations indicated in chart below reflect names of casinos at the time of the ACJA takeover in the mid-1990s.

Route Number Route Name Destinations Served (Note: Current casino names in parentheses) Notes
Atlantic City Seasonal (School) Ventnor
Chelsea Heights
Marina Shuttle Trump Castle (Golden Nugget)
Harrah's Marina (Harrah's Atlantic City)
Replaced by ACJA Shuttle #4/Marina
(first use)
Brighton Park Shuttle Bally's Park Place
Sands (since demolished)
Replaced by ACJA Shuttle #2/Midtown
Uptown Shuttle Resorts
Trump Taj Mahal (now closed)
Showboat (now closed)
Atlantic County Office Complex
City Hall
Replaced by ACJA Shuttle #3/Uptown
Midtown Shuttle Trump Plaza (now closed)
Convention Hall (Boardwalk Hall)
Caesars Boardwalk (Caesars Atlantic City)
Replaced by ACJA Shuttle #1/Downtown
Downtown Shuttle TropWorld (Tropicana)
Bally's Grand (Atlantic Club Casino [now closed])
Replaced by ACJA Shuttle #1/Downtown

See also

External links

This page was last edited on 27 June 2017, at 05:09
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