CAT to Hold Second Public Meeting on Bus Stop Inventory Project

3/13/24 – Chatham Area Transit (CAT) is seeking public input on the condition of the system’s bus stops to assist in the overall update of Chatham’s Transportation System. The Chatham Area Transit Bus Stop Inventory project, currently underway, investigates and documents the current location and conditions of more than 1,000 bus stops and compiles them in a geographic information system (GIS) database. In addition, CAT is going through the process of updating its amenities guidelines for the first time since 2011.

Chatham Area Transit delivers public transportation services that connect people to the places they need and want to go reliably, safely, and sustainably.

CAT will host a second public meeting at the Joe Murray Rivers Jr., Intermodal Transit Center, located at 610 W. Oglethorpe Ave., on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, at 6 p.m. This meeting will provide the public an opportunity to preview the inventory findings and provide input on recommended bus stop improvements.

“We are appreciative to everyone who came out to the first meeting and we are encouraging the public to come out to the second meeting. Your feedback is critical to help us get projects programmed and to upgrade our facilities,” said Executive Director and CEO Faye DiMassimo.

In addition to the in-person meetings, the public can provide input by completing the bus stop improvement survey: Surveys will be accepted until Sunday, March 31, 2024.


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Chatham Area Transit (CAT) is a public transportation provider serving the Chatham County region with a comprehensive range of transit services. CAT is dedicated to connecting people to the places they need and want to go reliably, safely, and sustainably. Its services encompass fixed-route, paratransit, DOT shuttle, ferry, and a future microtransit service. Through collaborative efforts, Chatham Area Transit continues to play a vital role in enhancing mobility and fostering a vibrant and connected community in the Chatham County area.

CAT Service Alert!

There has been changes to bus schedules for Routes 3 West Chatham, 3B Augusta Ave, 4 Barnard, and the 25 MLK. There is also a new Route, the 5 Port Wentworth. These changes went into effect 11 March, 2024.

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