GPS: Set your GPS to the nearby Atlantic City International Airport. (ACY). The FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center is co-located with the Atlantic City Airport and is near the Atlantic City Expressway exit #9.

FROM NEW YORK CITY AND NORTHERN NJ FROM PARKWAY: (From Exit 44 South): Take Garden State Parkway (toll) south to Exit 44. Make right turn and stay on county route 575 for 4.7 miles (cross US-30) to fourth traffic signal. At county route 563 (Tilton Road) turn left and go about 2.5 miles to traffic circle. Take the 4th exit onto Access Rd/Amelia Earhart Blvd. Continue to follow Amelia Earhart Blvd to the William J. Hughes Technical Center.
OR (From Exit 38 South - Atlantic City Expressway): Take Garden State Parkway (toll) south to exit 44Garden State Parkway (toll) to Exit 38, off right (Philadelphia via Atlantic City Expressway) proceed to exit 9W (toll) turn right on county route 646 (Delilah Road), proceed to traffic circle. Take the 3rd exit onto Access Rd/Amelia Earhart Blvd. Continue to follow Amelia Earhart Blvd to the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

FROM WASHINGTON, D.C./ BALTIMORE, MD: Take I-95 North to I-295 and cross the Delaware Memorial Bridge (toll). After crossing bridge proceed east on US-40 (follow signs for Atlantic City). Continue for about 50 miles to intersection of US-322 (Black Horse Pike). A large shopping center and the Atlantic City Race Course will be on your left. Proceed about one mile on US-40/322, turn left on county route 646 (Delilah Road) and follow signs to FAA Technical Center and Atlantic City International Airport via Delilah Road. Continue for about 2.5 miles to traffic circle. Take the 3rd exit onto Access Rd/Amelia Earhart Blvd. Continue to follow Amelia Earhart Blvd to the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

FROM PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA/CAMDEN, NJ: Take the Walt Whitman bridge and/or route 42 (North-South Freeway) to the Atlantic City Expressway (toll). Depart expressway at Exit 9E, make left at end of exit ramp on county route 646, (Delilah Road) and proceed for .5 mile to traffic circle. Take the 3rd exit onto Access Rd/Amelia Earhart Blvd. Continue to follow Amelia Earhart Blvd to the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

FROM NORTHEAST PA/TRENTON-PRINCETON, NJ: Take NJ Route 206 to Hammonton, NJ and intercept US-30 east for about 13 miles to Route #563 (Tilton Road). Continue on Tilton Rd to the traffic circle. Take the 4th exit onto Access Rd/Amelia Earhart Blvd. Continue to follow Amelia Earhart Blvd to the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

FROM CAPE MAY, NJ AND POINTS SOUTH VIA CAPE MAY-LEWES, DELAWARE FERRY: Take Garden State Parkway north to Exit 38. Exit off ramp marked Philadelphia via Atlantic City Expressway, proceed to Expressway Exit 9W (toll) off right to county route 646 (Delilah Road), turn right, proceed to traffic circle. Take the 3rd exit onto Access Rd/Amelia Earhart Blvd. Continue to follow Amelia Earhart Blvd to the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

FROM ATLANTIC CITY VIA US-30 (WHITE HORSE PIKE): Travel west on US-30 then take right turn ramp to county route 646 (Delilah Road). Go 5 miles to traffic circle. Take 1st exit onto Access Rd/Amelia Earhart Blvd. Continue to follow Amelia Earhart Blvd to the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

FROM ATLANTIC CITY VIA EXPRESSWAY: Enter the Atlantic City Expressway via Arkansas and Atlantic or Arctic Avenues (near Convention Hall). Proceed through the toll plaza and proceed to Expressway Exit 9W (toll) off right to county route 646 (Delilah Road), turn right, proceed to traffic circle. Take the 3rd exit onto Access Rd/Amelia Earhart Blvd. Continue to follow Amelia Earhart Blvd to the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

To Obtain Visitors Pass:
From traffic circle, proceed on Amelia Earhart Blvd (about 1 mile), just before Security Gate, bear right to Security Operations Center and enter building to security desk to obtain pass. Please have a photo ID or passport. All non-employees must go through our security check-in. A shuttle van is available to take you to your destination.

NOTE: An employee must escort you when you exit the shuttle van. If your Point of Contact (POC) is not already at the Security Operations Center, someone from that office will contact your POC.