Friday, March 15, 2013

Remember the CAT shuttles

Posted on Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 4:09 PM

Chatham Area Transit provides an easy $5 round-trip park 'n' ride option for tomorrow's festivities.

Locations:

Westside - Pickup at Westside Shopping Center (located on Hwy 80 in Garden City), Drop off at the Visitors Center

Eastside - Pickup at Island Towne Centre (Hwy 80 on Whitemarsh Island), Drop off at Oglethorpe & Houston

Southside - Pickup at Savannah Mall (on the Apache Ave side by Dillard's), Drop off at the Visitors Center

Times:

7-11 AM To downtown

11 AM-4 PM From downtown*

Shuttle Passes can be purchased in advance at the General Store in the Oglethorpe Mall or on Saturday at the shuttle locations using cash only.

Additional Departure Options:

Anyone taking a shuttle downtown who does not want to return on the afternoon shuttle can use the St. Patrick's Day pass to ride regular routes.

To Westside Shopping Center - 3A and 3B Augusta Ave routes each stop about a block away
To Island Towne Centre - 10 East Savannah
To Savannah Mall - 114X Abercorn Express from downtown, or take numerous other routes to the Oglethorpe Mall and then transfer to the 114X.

Hutchinson Island shuttle is being provided this year in addition to the Savannah Belles Ferry for customers parking on Hutchinson Island. It will run 7 AM-4 AM across the Talmadge Bridge.

From 7 AM-8 PM travel will be between Bryan Square (between the Trade Center and the Westin) and Fahm & Indian (downtown).

From 8 PM-4 AM travel will be between 2 locations on Hutchinson Island: Bryan Square (between the Trade Center and the Westin) and Paddock Parking (by the racetrack), and Fahm & Indian (downtown).

The City of Savannah will have parking available on Hutchinson Island for $15.

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