Ocean City, Maryland 21842

Getting Around Ocean City

There are an unlimited number of things to see and do in Ocean City, and getting to and from those destinations and attractions is easy, thanks to our many public transportation options.

Due to Federal Mandate for Public Transportation Systems, a mask covering nose and mouth is required to be worn on transit buses thru March 18, 2022.


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  • Coastal Highway "Beach Bus"

    COVID-19 Notice: Due to Federal Mandate for Public Transportation Systems, a mask covering nose and mouth is required to be worn on transit buses thru March 18, 2022.

    Our friendly and knowledgeable drivers will be glad to take you down to our South Division Street Transit Center or to the North end Transit Center or anywhere in-between. Getting around OC is now easier than ever!

    • Coastal Highway Beach Buses - S. Division Street Transit Station to/from 144th Street Transit Station.
    • Track your bus in real time with Ocean City's new bus locator. It's fast, reliable and easy to use! There are two ways to find the bus:
    • Download the TransLoc Rider App for iPhone or Android, or click here for the mobile web map.
    • Text your Bus Stop ID number to 414-11 when you're at the bus stop.


  • The Bus – "Direct Service" - Modified Schedule

    View the full transportation schedule for the most updated schedule dates and times.


  • The Boardwalk Tram

    The ocean breeze, beach, sand, and family atmosphere are just a few of the reasons why you will want to ride the Ocean City Boardwalk trams during your visit to Ocean City. The comfortable Boardwalk trams can take you the whole length of the Boardwalk, which travels from the Inlet to the north booth at 27th Street. The Boardwalk tram will stop at most any location along the route to load or discharge passengers. The best part of the half-hour ride will be the detour that takes you on the pier close to the ocean where you can see, hear, and sometimes even feel the ocean water. Now you know you are in Ocean City, Maryland!

    The Boardwalk Tram fare is $4 per person, per boarding, one way ride, sold at the north and south tram ticket booths and on any Tram. Major credit cards and exact cash fare is accepted by the Conductor at the rear of the Tram.

    Please note: **Termination of Service in the evening fluctuates based on weather and ridership demands. This Service will normally terminate between 11 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. Please speak with a Tram Ticket Seller, at the time of purchase, should you need additional information



  • West Ocean City Park & Ride Shuttle Service

    The Town of Ocean City is pleased to offer ample free parking and a shuttle to/from the South Division Street Transit Center at our West Ocean City Park and Ride facility. We are so proud to be able to boast about the gorgeous sunsets and scenic views of the bay while you park your car, walk, ride your bike, or just watch the birds. The outstanding view of the wetlands and the Ocean City skyline from the octagon gazebos will take your breath away! Be sure to read our interpretive signs, inspect the railroad bridge and brick walkways, as they add a unique historical value to this true gem. You just cannot believe it, until you see it for yourself!

    The West Ocean City Shuttle between the South Division Street Transit Center and West Ocean City Park & Ride is a seasonal operation that begins in May and runs intermittently into October.

    Park free and ride on our Shuttle between the West Ocean City Park & Ride and South Division Street Transit Center. The Park and Ride Shuttle offers service every 20 minutes from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. and on demand at other times throughout the summer season.

    All Ocean City buses are handicap accessible. If a vehicle lift/ramp and securement area can accomodate a mobility device Ocean City Transportation will transport the device (and user).

    Please note and obey all posted signs and regulations at the Park & Ride facility as Oversized Vehicle parking and other user restrictions may apply. For specific operating dates and times, please reference the Transportation Service Schedule posted at the top of this page.

    West Ocean City Park N Ride bus service only operates on dates shown on the full transportation schedule.

    Frequency of service is approx. every 20 minutes, 6 a.m. to 2 a.m.

    Park N Ride service to/from all stops end at 10:00 p.m. on Sunday’s of Springfest, OC Cruisin’, Bikefest and Sunfest.

    When Park N Ride service is not in operation, transportation to/from the WOC Park N Ride and South Division Street Transit Station is provided by Shore Transit. Please refer to Shore Transit service schedule for applicable fares and arrival/departure times.

    Paratransit Origin to Destination Service:

    In accordance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), Ocean City Transportation offers origin to destination to eligible disabled residents and visitors of Ocean City. All eligible patrons may call the Dispatch Office at (410) 723-1606 to make a reservation for the Paratransit van 365 days a year. Reservations need to be made at least one business day prior to service. Paratransit service is offered from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily. Our staff of well-trained drivers offers our patrons a safe ride to their destinations. We can even deliver you right to the front entrance of Springfest or Sunfest events. We can also connect you to DART at the North end and Shore Transit at the south end, if necessary.

    ADA ParaTransit is $3.00 Ride-All-Day. By appointment/reservation only. Call (410) 723-1606.


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    Senior Citizen Bus Passes (Age 60 and Older)

    Senior citizen bus passes for residents and property owners, 60 years of age and over are available. The cost of the pass is $7.00 and it is valid for two years. All applications for bus passes and renewals require proof of property ownership or residency, such as an Ocean City tax bill or drivers license with an Ocean City address. Seniors obtaining a pass for the first time must show proof of age in addition to proof of residency. A senior bus pass allows free rides on the buses and paratransit van (if eligible). For more information, call the City Hall receptionist at (410) 289-8221.

    A non-resident senior bus pass is available free of charge to anyone 60 years of age or older. This pass will entitle the holder to half-fare passage on the bus and paratransit van (if eligible). The non-resident bus pass is not recognized for reduced or free passage on the trams. For more information, call the Transportation Department at (410) 723-1606 or the City Hall receptionist at (410) 289-8221.