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CAT customers must continue to wear masks through mid-March

Chatham Area Transit will continue requiring passengers on CAT vehicles wear masks through mid-March to help prevent the spread of Covid-19, as required by the Transportation Security Administration. On Dec. 2, the TSA announced that the federal face mask requirement for all transportation networks, including public transportation, will be extended through March 18. The mask […]

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CAT giving away 10 free rides to vaccinated customers in December

Chatham Area Transit wants to encourage more people to get the COVID-19 vaccine and reward those who already have. With this goal in mind, CAT is offering a temporary vaccine incentive for customers during the month of December. From Dec. 1 through Dec. 31, customers are able to receive a free 10-ride card allowing for

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CAT hosting vaccination clinic on Aug. 25

Chatham Area Transit will be hosting a free vaccination clinic this month at the Joe Murray Rivers Jr. Intermodal Transit Center, 610 W. Oglethorpe Avenue. The J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center pop-up clinic will be at the transit center from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Aug. 25. Both the Johnson & Johnson and

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CAT experiencing service disruptions

Chatham Area Transit officials are asking customers for patience, as operations are impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and a staffing shortage. Similar to transit agencies throughout the country, the impacts from the staffing shortage and COVID-related absences are leading to disruptions that include unusual delays in service for customers of CAT’s fixed-route and CAT

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CAT services to stop by 10 p.m.

Chatham Area Transit will implement a reduced nightly service schedule on July 20 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

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