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Getting Here

GETTING HERE
The area has excellent connections to other parts of the Southeast and the nation by bus, rail and air, with Savannah’s bustling, state-of-the-art airport featuring daily non-stop flights to Atlanta, Charlotte, Washington, D.C., New York, Newark, Chicago, Miami, Memphis, Cincinnati, Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit and Houston.
Savannah’s port — which is the fourth-busiest and the fastest-growing container facility in the United States — serves more than 150 countries and offers shipping to more than 300 ports. Access of the port to rail lines and major highways enables Savannah to capitalize on intermodal transportation — the movement by ship, train and truck of massive cargo containers that do not need to be unpacked between their points of origin and their final destinations.

AIR

Savannah/Hilton Head
International Airport
400 Airways Ave., 31408
964-0514 | www.savannahairport.com
In its current location since 1994, Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport’s 15-gate terminal has more than 300,000 square feet and sits on 3,670 acres of land. With five airlines and 45 daily departures to 11-nonstop destinations, travelers have multiple choices and the comforts of a modern, yet welcoming facility.
Scheduled airlines include American Eagle, Continental Express, Delta, United Express and US Airways.

BUS

Chatham Area Transit (CAT)
124 Bull St., 31401
900 E. Gwinnett St., 31401 | 233-5767  | www.catchacat.org
CAT offers 21 fixed bus routes in Savannah and Chatham County. Fares for one-way service are $1.50; a  weekly CATcard, good for unlimited rides, is $16.
The CAT Shuttle, which transports passengers in the Historic District, provides free and convenient service from downtown hotels and the Savannah Visitor Information Center to many historic sites, River Street and local restaurants. The shuttle also connects to other bus routes serving the area.   

Greyhound Bus Lines
610 W. Oglethorpe Ave., 31401 | 232-2135 | www.greyhound.com
Savannah is a regular stop on Greyhound routes, offering 25 arrivals/departures daily and scheduled package service and package express delivery.

HIGHWAYS
Motorists headed north or south on Interstate Highway 95 can reach Savannah via Interstate Highway 16 East; from Atlanta, via Interstate Highway 75 South, which connects with I-16 East near Macon; from Hilton Head, S.C., via U.S. Highway 278, then I-95 South and I-16 East; from Charleston, S.C., via U.S. Highway 17 South, then I-95 South and I-16 East.

RAIL

Amtrak
2611 Seaboard Coast Line Drive, 31401 | 234-2611
www.amtrak.com  | 800-872-7245
Savannah is a major stop on Amtrak’s Atlantic Coast Service between New York and Miami and Tampa.

CSX
Customer Service Hotline | 877-744-7279 | www.csxt.com
CSX provides rail service for the shipment of equipment and goods in and out of Savannah.

Norfolk Southern Corporation
1 Charlie Gay Drive, 31408 | 966-3280 | www.nscorp.com
Norfolk Southern provides rail services for the shipment of equipment and goods in and out of Savannah.

 

 

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