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3 West Chatham stop
In June, Chatham Area Transit will remove a bus stop meant to serve FedEx Ground and other employers at the Morgan Lakes Industrial Park off the Jimmy DeLoach Parkway. The decision to remove the stop was made after the stop along the 3 West Chatham route received minimal use during a six-month trial period.
CAT will cease serving the stop on June 7. As a result, the 3 West route will resume operating under the previous operating schedule. The change means that on weekdays the bus will depart and arrive 10 minutes earlier at some locations. Customers are encouraged to check the adjusted schedule online at https://www.catchacat.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Savannah-CAT-Rt-3-No-FedEx-reduced-evening.pdf.
CAT suspends Airport Express service
CAT suspended the 100X Airport Express shuttle service on March 8, 2021. The service is expected to be suspended for six to 12 months so that staff can evaluate ways to improve the route.
CAT reduces evening service schedule
On July 20, Chatham Area Transit implemented a reduced nightly service schedule in response to low ridership in the evenings, as a result of most businesses and other destinations closing early during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The reduction means that all fixed-route buses and CAT Mobility paratransit vehicles will cease operations by 10 p.m. on weekdays and Saturdays. Sunday services will continue operating under the regular schedule.
DOT shuttle and Senior Circulator services also have been suspended.
CAT is encouraging social distancing by permitting only partials amounts of the normal passenger capacity.
Benton Blvd/Highlands closure
Due to construction in the area, CAT is unable to serve the stop at Highlands Boulevard and Benton Boulevard. The closest alternative stop is on Benton in front of the Waverly Place apartments.
West Gwinnett Street stop
Starting on June 8, routes 29 West Gwinnett and 17 Silk Hope will be unable to serve the stop in front of the City Lot on West Gwinnett near Stiles Avenue, due to a road widening project.
The nearest alternative stop to catch the 29 West Gwinnett:
Inbound: Stiles and Gwinnett Street
Outbound: Stiles & Darwin Street
The nearest alternative stop to catch the 17 Silk Hope:
Inbound: Stiles & West Gwinnett Street
Outbound: Stiles & Springfield
The project is expected to continue until February 2022.
Broughton Street bus stops closed until further notice
CAT has suspended servicing stops along Broughton Street due to a road improvement project. The project, which is expected to take nine to 12 months to complete, will impact the 14 Abercorn & 11 Candler routes.
Outbound stops missed – Closest alternative stops
Broughton & Montgomery – Transit Center (610 W. Oglethorpe Avenue)
Broughton & Barnard – Transit Center
Broughton & Bull Street – Transit Center
Broughton & Abercorn Street – Abercorn & Oglethorpe
Abercorn & York Street – Abercorn & Oglethorpe
Inbound stops missed Inbound – Closest alternative stops
Abercorn & Broughton (next to the SCAD Library) – Abercorn & Oglethorpe
Broughton & Jefferson (in front of McDonalds) – Transit Center
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