The Atlantic Road is located between the cities of Molde and Kristiansund. If you take a car, you have to drive on Rv 64. From Kristiansund you drive through The Atlantic Tunnel to Averøya and then follow the signs towards Molde. The signs to The Atlantic Road read "Atlanterhavsvegen" in Norwegian.
You can contact tourist information in any Norwegian town to get more detailed travel information.
If you want to visit The Atlantic Road you can also travel by plane. There are easy connections to both the nearby cities of Molde (MOL) and Kristiansund (KSU). It is possible to rent a car or travel by bus.
You can also combine a tour with the coastal steamer Hurtigruten. They arrange popular excursions on The Atlantic Road. You just leave the Hurtigrute in Kristiansund and catch up again in Molde.
There are no railways connected with The Atlantic Road. Back in early 1921 there were plans that described a railway where The Atlantic Road is located today. You can still go by train either to Åndalsnes with the spectacular Raumabanen and then go by bus, or you can travel with the train to Oppdal with the Dovrebanen and then take the bus to Kristiansund.
You can also arrive in Kristiansund from Trondheim by the boat service called Kystekspressen, which runs about 3 hours from Trondheim to Kristiansund.