CAT SMART Transit Microtransit

What is CAT SMART Transit?

A zero Fare Pilot Program featuring an on demand multimodal transportation system in a specific zone.

What is microtransit?

Microtransit is a flexible, on-demand transportation service that uses dynamically routed vehicles to respond to real-time passenger requests via a smartphone app. Unlike traditional public transit, microtransit does not follow fixed routes or schedules, allowing for more adaptive and efficient routing. Like other CAT services, it is used by our ambulatory paratransit riders and is ADA accessible.

Operation hours?

Monday – Sunday

from 5am – 9pm

Operation location?

CAT SMART Transit currently serves the East Savannah Zone (See Below)

East Savannah Zone


How to Ride CAT SMART!

Learn how to ride and download the CAT SMART Transit App in the Apple App store and Google Playstore.

Download the
CAT SMART Transit App

April 1, 2024 Launch

We’re still buzzing from the energy and excitement of the CAT SMART Transit launch event! If you missed the live action or just want to relive the moment, we’ve got you covered. Check out our highlight video 

SMART Grant Press Conference

The $1.2 Million SMART (Strengthening Mobility & Revolutionizing Transportation) Grant will allow CAT to explore a new electric vehicle micro-transit project –– which would provide a reliable, on demand service for residents across Chatham County.

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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