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Atlantic County land area covers 560 square miles. The eight-mile long beach is a public park. There is no charge for bathing. The Boardwalk of today is 60 feet wide, and 6 miles long. Its planks are placed in a herringbone pattern. In accordance with an old City Council ordinance, hotels, restaurants and shops are kept on one side of the boards, with amusement piers on the other.
Modern rail service is provided by New Jersey Transit in the recently built $25 million dollar terminal immediately adjacent to the Atlantic City Convention Center. Within the city everything is readily accessible to public transportation on New Jersey Transit buses. Our ever popular jitneys (small buses) move the entire length of Pacific Avenue, parallel to Atlantic City's world famous Boardwalk. Boardwalk, lifeguards, rolling chairs, salt water taffy, picture postcards, bathing beauty contests, ocean piers, seashore hotels and motels.
Today, hundreds of thousands of people come to Atlantic City to walk the streets familiar to many from MONOPOLY and to vist the many casinos.