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Getting to Savannah Historic District

The Savannah Historic District is conveniently accessible using the Chatham Area Transit (CAT) public transportation network. Consisting of more than 20 bus routes, Chatham Area Transit serves the entire city of Savannah, Georgia, and some of the surrounding communities.

Many of the Chatham Area Transit bus routes stop along Broughton Street and Oglethorpe Avenue in the North Historic District of Savannah. These two busy Downtown roads are only three blocks apart. At the corner of Oglethorpe Avenue and Bull Street, passengers have access to the CAT bus routes 1, 2, 3A, 3B, 4, 10, 24, 25, 27, 28, and several others. In addition to stopping at Broughton St and Oglethrope Avenue, most of the CAT bus routes essentially make a Downtown Loop by driving through Martin Luther King Jr Blvd and Albecorn Street. Passengers riding the CAT bus system can orient themselves towards the Savannah Historic District by heading towards the Savannah Civic Center, where many of the buses stop.

The Savannah Historic District consists of a dense grid layout of streets. Driving through and parallel parking may be an issue. However, there are multiple parking garages available in that part of Downtown Savannah. Interstate 16 runs through the western part of the Savannah Historic District. Running for more than 160 miles, I-16 is a major highway through central and eastern Georgia. The western terminus of I-16 is the city of Macon while Savannah is the eastern terminal of this highway. At Macon, I-16 merges with Interstate 75, which leads straight into Atlanta, the largest city in Georgia.

Exit 167 on Interstate 16 leads directly to Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in the Savannah Historic District. Just a couple of miles west of Downtown Savannah, Interstate 16 intersects with Interstate 95. Covering nearly 2,000 miles, I-95 is the busiest interstate highway between south Florida and northern New England region.

The Savannah Amtrak Station is located only 4 miles away from the Savannah Historic District. The train station is served by the Amtrak Palmetto, Silver Meteor, and Silver Star. These trains go through multiple states throughout the southern, Atlantic, and northeastern regions of the United States. Amtrak offers memorable long distance journeys that allow passengers to explore the beautiful landscape along the way. Unfortunately, no Chatham Area Transit buses serve the Savannah Amtrak Station. However, taxis can be used for transportation between the train station and the Savannah Historic District.


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