Chatham Area Transit is the provider of public transportation in the Savannah, Georgia metropolitan area. The Authority was founded in 1987 after the collapse of previous transit providers.[1] Services operate 7 days a week and 90% of county residents are within reasonable walking distance of a bus route.

Chatham Area Transit
Chatham Area Transit logo.png
Founded1986
HeadquartersChatham Area Transit
LocaleSavannah, Georgia
Service areaChatham County, Georgia
Service typeBus, Paratransit
Routes19
HubsJoe Murray Rivers, Jr. Intermodal Transit Center
Fleet67
Fuel typeDiesel, Hybrid
Websitehttp://www.catchacat.org/

Fixed Route list

  • 3 West Chatham
  • 3B Augusta Ave/ Garden City/ Hudson Hill
  • 4 Barnard
  • 6 Cross Town
  • 10 East Savannah
  • 11 Candler
  • 12 Henry
  • 14 Abercorn Local
  • 17 Silk Hope
  • 20 Skidaway Island / Coffee Bluff
  • 25 MLK Jr. Blvd / Westlake Apts
  • 27 Waters
  • 28 Waters
  • 29 W. Gwinnett / Cloverdale
  • 31 Skidaway / Sandfly
  • 100X Airport Express


Fare-Free Downtown Savannah Services

  • DOT Express Shuttle
  • Savannah Belles Ferry
  • Senior Circulator

Fixed Route Services

  • 3 West Chatham
  • 3B Augusta Ave/ Garden City/ Hudson Hill
  • 4 Barnard
  • 6 Cross Town
  • 10 East Savannah
  • 11 Candler
  • 12 Henry
  • 14 Abercorn Local
  • 17 Silk Hope
  • 20 Skidaway Island / Coffee Bluff
  • 25 MLK Jr. Blvd / Westlake Apts
  • 27 Waters
  • 28 Waters
  • 29 W. Gwinnett / Cloverdale
  • 31 Skidaway / Sandfly
  • 100X Airport Express


Fare-Free Downtown Savannah Services

  • DOT Express Shuttle
  • Savannah Belles Ferry
  • Senior Circulator

CAT Bike Station listEdit

  • Rivers Exchange - 610 W. Oglethorpe Ave.
  • Ellis Square - 31 Barnard St.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "History | Chatham Area Transit (CAT)". www.catchacat.org. Retrieved 2017-04-27.