447-4026 | www.connectonthedot.com
The DOT is a fare-free service of Savannah Mobility Management System, a public-private partnership created to help visitors and residents get around downtown. Included in the system are 30-passenger shuttles serving 10 stops in the Historic District; and a 54-passenger authentic 1930s streetcar with seven stops along River Street.
Port of Savannah – Georgia Ports Authority
2 Main St., Garden City, 31408 | 964-3811 | www.gaports.com
The Port of Savannah is the fourth-largest container port on the U.S. East Coast. The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) operates two deepwater terminals at Savannah: Garden City Terminal and Ocean Terminal. Among the primary imports making their way through the Port of Savannah are furniture; retail consumer goods; machinery, appliances and electronics; and hardware and housewares. Major exports are wood pulp, food, paper and paperboard, clay and chemicals.
Savannah Belles Water Ferries
233-5767 | www.catchacat.org/savannah_belles.aspx
Free water ferry service between downtown Savannah and Hutchinson Island is available seven days a week from Rousakis Riverfront Plaza. The ferry service is operated by Chatham Area Transit (CAT).
Rules of the Road
- Georgia law requires that occupants of the front seats of passenger vehicles wear seat safety belts. Children 6 or younger must be properly restrained in a restraining system appropriate for the child’s weight and height.
- Maximum Speed Limits (unless otherwise posted): All vehicles — 55 mph. Rural Interstate — 70 mph. Business or residential district — 30 mph.
- Headlights must be used when it is raining or when visibility is limited.
- It is permissible in Georgia to make a right turn on red after stop except where posted.
- While driving in the Historic District: Yield when approaching a square; vehicles traveling around the square have the right of way.
Mileage From Savannah:
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Savannah GA 31401