Getting Around in VB Is as Easy as 1, 2, 3…
Whether you’re looking for a quick ride to some of the city’s most popular attractions, alternative transportation to the Oceanfront or searching for the best available parking spots, we’ve got you covered!
The Wave Trolley
Operated by Hampton Roads Transit (HRT), the popular Wave Trolley makes it easy to get around Virginia Beach’s Resort Beach area, while soaking up all that the Virginia Beach Oceanfront has to offer.
The Atlantic Avenue Shuttle (Route 30) leads to restaurants and oceanfront attractions, with daily service every 15 minutes, 8 a.m. - 2 a.m., May through September.
HRT also operates two seasonal shuttle routes from the Resort Beach, making it easy for guests to get from the Oceanfront to other area attractions and shopping destinations:
The Bayfront Shuttle (Route 35) runs from the Virginia Beach Oceanfront (Resort Area) to First Landing State Park, through the North End beaches and up to the Bayfront along Shore Drive (Bay Area). Daily service is offered every 45 minutes, 8 a.m. – midnight, May – Labor Day, and Friday-Sunday, Sept. 8 - Oct. 1.
The Aquarium and Campground Shuttle (Route 31) takes you to Virginia Aquarium and fun parks along General Booth Blvd., with daily service every 20 minutes, 9:30 a.m.-11:10 p.m. daily, May through Labor Day.
Single fares for all shuttles are $2 or less – you can pay with cash onboard or use cash, debit or credit cards to purchase multiple-day passes and fare cards at Sunsations locations along Atlantic Avenue or at ticket vending machines along Atlantic Avenue at 13th, 17th, 29th, 37th and 41st Streets. For a full list of shuttles available, real-time updates and route maps, visit HRT Online.
Exploring Virginia Beach by water is also an option – and a beautiful one at that! A variety of sightseeing boat tours and private charters are available throughout our water-loving city. Of course, you may also choose to get around aboard SUP or kayak to your heart’s content.
With an array of bicycle and surrey rental options and more than 200 miles of trails and bikeways, as well as a three-mile Boardwalk, you’ll find plenty of options of getting around Virginia Beach on a different set of wheels.
Multiple city-owned parking options will put you just steps from the action. Click here for information on parking spaces and rules across all of our beaches, or call (757) 385-4800.
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