St. Patrick’s Day shuttles canceled in Savannah

St. Patrick’s Day shuttles canceled in Savannah
Chatham Area Transit will no longer be providing shuttle services to downtown on St. Patrick’s Day. (Source: WTOC)

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Chatham Area Transit says it will no longer be providing shuttle services to downtown on St. Patrick’s Day as a result of the decision to cancel the parade and to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

CAT officials say its transit services will now operate on the regular weekday schedule on St. Patrick’s Day. Regular service routes and schedules also will be in place through the weekend, March 13-15, following the cancellation of the Festival of St. Patrick.

Even with the cancellation of the events, CAT will still offer free services on Saturday, March 14 and on St. Patrick’s Day, Tuesday, March 17, as part of a service agreement with the city of Savannah.

The Pooler Chamber of Commerce also confirmed the cancellation of the Pooler shuttles and says they are working on getting refunds.

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