Wildwoods Tram Car

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About this app

Discover the iconic Wildwoods Boardwalk by using the Wildwoods Tram Car app. This new cashless tram payment App makes it simpler, safer and more convenient then ever to ride the tram car.

Download the NEW Wildwoods Tram Car App now and enjoy amazing features that include:

-Go Cashless with touch free transactions: no cash, no problem. The Tram Car app makes it easier than ever to pay right through the app. The receipt is sent directly to your email.

-Track all tram cars in real-time: Enjoying dinner at your favorite boardwalk restaurant...no rush. Check the app to see when the next tram car will arrive.

-Discounts and Giveaways are available so don’t miss out!

Tram Cars operate during the season along the two miles of the Wildwoods Boardwalk from 16th Street in North Wildwood to Cresse Avenue at the Wildwood/Wildwood Crest end.

The yellow and blue trams have been traversing the boards since June 11, 1949. They were originally built for the 1939 New York World’s Fair and brought to Five Mile Beach by
S.B. Ramagosa.
Updated on
Aug 2, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

28 reviews
R Moss Brannon
September 19, 2022
We tried setting up this app, but couldn't do it fast enough to get any benefit from it. Also (as a different complaint), we hated the pay structure of the tram. The merchants on the boardwalk ought to pay for hop-on/off. We passed many stores that we wanted to shop at, but we didn't because we would not be able to hop back on the tram when ready to move along. WE HATED THAT! A good app programmer could use GPS to collect valuable data to charge merchants more if they're at a 'hot spot'.
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Debbie Potts
August 17, 2023
Can't track trams, which is probably the most useful component. Been this way for years and seems no attempt made to fix it.
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Dana Mindszenty
June 1, 2020
The only issue I have with this app is the map for the tram cars is extremely glitchy. The map is jumping all over the place. Haven't tried to buy tickets yet.
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