In order to avoid congestion at the Oceanfront, take the I-264/Birdneck Road exit. Convenient street signs are displayed at the bottom of the exit ramp and will direct you to your desired Atlantic Avenue location.
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The oceanfront contains more than 1,500 off-street municipal parking spaces and 786 on-street metered spaces. Parking meters have a three-hour time limit and are enforced.
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*April 1st to October 31st in Resort Area Only
*$1.50 each hour
*Free parking at meters south of 5th Street from 5am to 10am
Why hassle with traffic and parking when there's a Hampton Roads
Transit (HRT) VB Wave headed your way? From the North End of the
beach to Rudee Inlet, and everywhere in between, HRT's VB Wave is a
convenient, fun way to get from place to place. It's the way to go
should you want to shop at Virginia Beach's premier mall, splash
around at Ocean Breeze Water Park, visit the Virginia Aquarium
& Marine Science Center, or check out a concert at Farm Bureau
Live at Virginia Beach.
For more information about HRT services, call (757) 222-6100 or
The Virginia Beach Boardwalk is a concrete walkway that is
accessible to individuals with varying degrees of mobility. Ramps
are available at each street to take you from the Boardwalk to the
sand. In addition, wooden walkways that take you onto the beach are
located at 8th, 17th, 24th, and 30th Streets, along with Grommet
Island Beach Park & Playground. Water edge access cannot be
guaranteed at all wooden walkways due to weather and the condition
of the beach. Ramps are extended as far as possible given the
condition of the beach and time of year.
Designated disabled on-street parking is available at Rudee
Loop, 2nd, 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 20th,
22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 30th, 33rd, 34th, 36th, 37th, and
38th. Designated disabled off-street parking is available in all
Metered parking is free for up to four hours for the disabled.
Virginia Beach offers the use of two all-terrain wheelchairs at the
oceanfront free of charge to persons with disabilities. Beach
wheelchairs are available in the resort area on a first-come,
first-served basis from Mid-May to Mid-September.
For more information, call (757) 491-SUNN or (800) VA BEACH.
Black and White Cabs of Virginia Beach has available six
wheelchair-accessible cabs. This service provides accessible
on-demand transportation without service hour limitations. Taxicab
service can respond at all hours of the day or night and to all
locations in Virginia Beach, including to areas where there is no
fixed route bus or paratransit service available, and with no
requirement that an advanced day reservation be made. Additionally,
wheelchair service will be available for all trip purposes. The
wheelchair cabs charge the same fares as all taxis, which are
listed on Black and White's website: www.vabeachblackandwhitecabs.com.
All City residents can park at any Resort Area lot or garage for
$2.00 after 5pm and all day at Sandbridge and Croatan. Residents
must present a valid driver's license with a Virginia Beach
All Resort Area parking lots and meters are open and free
from November to March.
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