GENERAL SERVICE INFORMATION
All times are departures. The Red, Anderson, Seneca and Pendleton Route(s) operate Monday through Friday throughout the year except for the holidays as noted below. During the fall and spring terms at Clemson University, the Campus Routes are in operation as well as additional Red Route service. Service to R-1 Lot is provided all year by the Red Route (from the Hendrix Center), the Anderson Route and Seneca Express (from the East Library Circle).
There is no bus service on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
For further information, call: 864-654-2287, or 888-440-2287. All CAT schedules may be accessed on the internet at www.catbus.com.
EVERYONE RIDES FARE FREE!
Clemson Area Transit is a public service provided fare-free by Clemson University, the City of Clemson, the Town of Central, the Town of Pendleton, the City of Seneca, Anderson County, the South Carolina Department of Transportation, and the Federal Transit Administration.
All CAT buses are equipped to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities needing other than regular route service must be certified with present verification for disability. For disability certification information call Clemson University Disability Services at (864) 656-6848 (Voice / SC Relay #711). For all other ADA/para-transit service information call (864) 654-2287 or toll free at (888) 440-2287.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
The CAT bus system is made up of several connecting routes. It may be necessary to transfer from one bus to another to complete your journey. The CAT bus system also connects to the Electric City Transit bus system in Anderson (for schedule information about Electric City Transit, call 864-231-7625). The hub of the CAT system is at the Hendrix Center at Clemson University. The Red Route bus stops are located East of the Hendrix Center on Cherry Road. The Anderson, Pendleton, Seneca Express, and Campus Routes have bus stops located at the crosswalk directly in front of the Hendrix Center. For safety reasons, buses will not stop for passengers within 100 feet of the intersection of Cherry Road and McMillan Road, after passing through the traffic light.
Passengers continuing their journey into the City of Anderson on the Electric City Transit bus may get a transfer coupon from the CAT bus operator which will allow them to continue their journey fare-free on the ECT bus. The transfer point is at the Walmart on Liberty Highway in Anderson. Passengers who have student ID's from local colleges and universities may ride ECT fare-free at all times, and do not need transfer coupons. CAT and ECT bus operators will contact each other if a bus is delayed in order to help complete transfers.