CSCW 2010: The 2010 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work • February 6–10, 2010 • Savannah, Georgia, USA

 

Transportation

Getting to Savannah

By air

The Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport connects with 16 non-stop destinations. Scheduled airlines include AirTran, American Eagle, Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Comair, Continental Express, Delta, Delta Connection, Northwest, United Express, US Airways and US Airways Express.

By car

You can get to Savannah via Interstate 95 (north/south) or Interstate 16 (east/west) which intersect just 10 miles west of the Historic District.

By rail

Savannah is a major stop on Amtrak's Palmetto and Silver Service between New York and Miami. Daily service to and from Savannah is available aboard the Silver Star and Silver Meteor. Passengers can travel coach or, with reservations, first-class in superliner sleeping cars. Sightseeing lounge cars are also available. The train station is located on the westside of town.

Getting around Savannah

Chatham Area Transit (CAT)

The fare-free CAT Shuttle transports passengers in the Historic District and provides convenient service from downtown hotels and the Savannah Visitor Information Center to many historic sites.

The Shuttle also connects to other bus routes serving the downtown area. Fares for one-way service are 75 cents. A weekly CAT Unlimited Weekly Pass is good for unlimited rides and is only $12.

Downtown Transportation (Dot)

Dot is the fare-free Downtown Transportation system.

Express Shuttle:

River Street Streetcar:

Savannah Belle Ferry:

Taxi

The cost is $2 for the first 1/6 of a mile and $0.30 per 1/6 mile thereafter, not to exceed $3.50 for the first mile and $1.80 per mile thereafter. Waiting charge is $21/hour. No charge for baggage. The maximum fare for destinations in the Historic District is $25.