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CAT Executive Director/CEO to give end of the year statement

Chatham Area Transit’s (CAT) Executive Director/CEO Faye DiMassimo provides end of the year statement:

As we approach the end of 2022 and 35 years serving Chatham County and the Savannah area, and look forward to 2023, Chatham Area Transit thanks the community for its support as we have met challenges and seen new opportunities. Bus operator shortages, ongoing ferry fleet age and mechanical issues and service reliability needs challenge us. Electric buses, DOT service expansion, new paratransit vehicles and a new master transit plan are opportunities and moves toward our future.

The announcement last August by Senator Ossoff regarding an expansion of existing federal capital funding for transportation, broadband internet, and clean energy infrastructure across Georgia and in Chatham through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act) was a welcome one. CAT’s ability to utilize this expansion of existing funding, however, is reliant upon local match support.

We are grateful for all of the community partnerships with Federal, State, and local government, community and private organization partners, and all of our riders for ensuring our future is bright. Let’s move Chatham and the region with CAT.

CAT Service Alert: Temporary service modifications are effective Monday, March 27th. The Airport Shuttle, the 11 Candler and the 20 Skidaway Island/Coffee Bluff are temporarily suspended. Select 'Learn More' for more information.
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