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Public Transportation Options For St. Patrick's Day

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Chatham Area Transit (CAT) will provide a St. Patrick's Day shuttle on March 16, 2013 from 7:00 AM – 12:00 PM from the following locations:

• Westside at the Westside Shopping Center on Hwy 80 in Garden City,

• Eastside at the Island Towne Centre on Whitemarsh Island near Walmart and,

• Southside at the Savannah Mall near the Dillard's parking lot adjacent to Apache Ave.

Parade shuttle patrons may park their cars at these locations and ride the shuttles into downtown Savannah. The shuttles will begin return trips from the parade in downtown Savannah from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM.

After 4:00 PM, shuttle patrons can return to their cars via CAT's fixed routes:

• The 3A & 3B routes will return within a block of the Westside Shopping Center so you would have to walk that block.

• The 10 East Savannah will return to the Island Towne Centre.

• The 114X Abercorn Express will return to the Savannah Mall.

For the $5.00 St. Patrick's Day Shuttle Pass, customers are provided with a roundtrip to and from downtown, and they can also use the pass on CAT's extended late-night service (12 AM – 4 AM). Passes may be purchased at the shuttle locations, and patrons are encouraged to have correct change.

The Savannah Belles Ferry will begin operating at 7:00 AM, traveling between City Hall Landing and the Trade Center Landing for faster service. After 6:30 PM, normal scheduling will resume. Service will be available until 12:00 AM, March 17, 2013.

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