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APTA: Who Rides Public Transportation

Nearly 90% of Public Transit Trips Impact Economy Through Work Commute and Consumer Spending   Public transit riders are part of the engine that powers America’s economy, according to a new demographic study released by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA). The study Who Rides Public Transportation reveals that 87% of public transit trips directly […]

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January 2017 Public Meeting

Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT) will continue to hold its monthly public meetings on the second Wednesday of every month. January’s meeting will include a discussion of the proposed elimination of Route 75 Prowler. Passenger input is vital and the public is always invited! This meeting will be held on: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at

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Ways to Save this Holiday Season

Jingle All The Way…to the Bank! This holiday season, CAT wants to help you and your loved ones save even more! Keep reading for 3 easy ways how. 1. For a limited time only, CAT is offering a Buy One, Get One deal on Airport Express passes. From business colleagues to college students, if they’re

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APTA: November Transit Savings Report

Add Public Transit to Your Thanksgiving Plans and Save Cash for Black Friday Sales   Washington, D.C. – The national average gas price fell slightly as Americans prepare to give thanks with family and friends.  Even with the dip in gas prices, there is still a great opportunity to save using public transportation instead of

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Thanksgiving 2016 Schedule

Chatham Area Transit officials remind customers that on Thursday, November 24, 2016, Thanksgiving Day, all services will be suspended. CAT offices at 610 W. Oglethorpe and 900 E. Gwinnett will be closed for business. Telephone schedule information and ticket sales will not be available. Fixed route bus, paratransit, and ferry services will not be available. Regular

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APTA: September Transit Savings Report

Gas Prices Rise as Commuters Head Back to School and Work   Washington, D.C. – The national average gas price jumped up by 8 cents compared to last month as commuters braced themselves for the return to school and work.  The work and school commute signals the end  of summer vacation and means longer traffic

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Chatham Area Transit Helps “Paint the Town Maroon”

Chatham Area Transit (CAT) is proud to support Armstrong State University in its latest fundraising event to provide various scholarships to students attending the university. As a sponsor for this year’s “Paint the Town Maroon” event, CAT staff will join the grand celebration of food, games, prizes and fun in Johnson Square on Friday, April

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