VB Wave

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Hampton Roads Transit’s VB Wave is an easy way to get around the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. VB Wave shuttles make stops along Atlantic Avenue, and at the Virginia Aquarium, Ocean Breeze Water Park, the Holiday Trav-L-Park, the KOA campgrounds on General Booth Boulevard, First Landing State Park, the North End beaches, and all the wonderful Bayfront restaurants on Shore Drive. These hybrid-electric shuttles are also a lot of fun. Kick back and let us do the driving.

VB Wave Shuttle System and Schedule

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  • Route 30, Atlantic Avenue Shuttle
    Ride the VB Wave from one end of Atlantic Avenue to the other. Stop along the way at shops, restaurants, museums and more.
    Daily, May 1 – October 1, 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. about every 15 minutes.
  • Route 31, Aquarium and Campground Shuttle
    Ride the VB Wave south to campgrounds and tennis courts, fun parks, and to the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Museum. Catch the Atlantic Avenue shuttle for points north. Aquarium and Ocean Breeze serviced during operating hours only.
    Daily, May 21 – Labor Day, 9:30 a.m. until 11:10 p.m., about every 20 minutes.
  • Route 35, Bayfront Shuttle
    Starting May 21, ride the VB Wave from the Virginia Beach Oceanfront to First Landing State Park, the North End beaches, and all the wonderful Bayfront restaurants on Shore Drive.
    Daily, May 21 – Labor Day, 8:00 a.m. until Midnight, every 45 minutes.
    Fri-Sat-Sun, September 8 – October 1, 8:00 a.m. until Midnight, every 45 minutes.

For specific bus stops, use the Google Trip Planner located on our home page.
For Route 35 time points, please refer to Virginia Beach routes.

Cash Fares available for purchase on the VB Wave

  • Children (17 and under with paying adult): FREE
  • Half-Fare: $1.00
  • Adult: $2.00
  • Go – 1 Day Pass (Half-Fare): $2.00
  • Go – 1 Day Pass: $4.00
  • Go – 3 Day Pass (Half-Fare): $4.00
  • Go – 3 Day Pass: $8.00
  • Go – 7 Day Pass: $20.00

Half-Fare* eligibility requirements

Trolleys are great fun and we’re proud of them, but they’re not for rent.
If you’re hosting a class reunion or a wedding, consider a local limousine service. Thanks.