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In Savannah, you’ll find world-class attractions, historical landmarks and outstanding festivals that will keep you wanting to come back for more. Downtown is a prized treasure of the south, with the nation’s largest Urban Historic Landmark District, 22 green squares and more than 1,600 historically and architecturally significant structures within a 2.5 square mile area.
AMTRAK: Check the bus schedule for the 29 W. Gwinnett to find out when you can Catch a CAT to and from the transit center in downtown Savannah. Local route one-way fare is $1.50.
GREYHOUND: You’ll arrive right at our Joe Murray Rivers, Jr. Intermodal Transit Center.
Options for all the ways you like to travel
From the Transit Center…
- You can conveniently walk to many downtown hotels and destinations. View a map of the area to explore what’s nearby.
- Catch the free dot shuttle that circulates throughout historic downtown Savannah and connect with the Savannah Belles Ferry.
- Take a local bus route to other points throughout Chatham County.
Local Bus Info
One-way trips cost $1.50, all-day passes are $3 and transfers are free (simply request a transfer before paying when you get on the first bus). Schedules are always available here, and you can use Google Trip Planner or speak to our Transit Customer Advocates at (912) 233-5767 for detailed scheduling questions (click on “Plan Your Trip” in the image at the top of this page).
Please note that fares are cash only on the bus and exact change is required. Passes are available for purchase via cash, check, debit and credit card at the transit center Ticket Window, which is open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday-Friday or online anytime at pass.catchacat.org.
Getting to Know Savannah
Discover the secrets around every corner
Whether rain or shine, Savannah’s downtown squares inspire and delight. These beautifully maintained spaces serve as public gardens for the city.
Like your beauty indoors? Culture flourishes in Savannah, home of one of the largest art schools in the country. The faculty, students and graduates of the Savannah College of Art and Design exhibit in numerous galleries around town, energizing the local art scene.
Savannah is also famous for its food, in addition to its historic sites. Fresh local seafood, southern home cooking, and nationally known chefs are the ingredients of a cuisine scene that’s gaining more and more national recognition.
To see some of the popular destinations our buses serve, to to our Popular Spots page.
For more information about Savannah attractions, upcoming concerts, and cultural events, Visit Savannah has a wealth of information about all our city can offer.