See the City for Free with Historic Savannah’s The Dot Trolley and Savannah Belles Ferry

Savannah is called the Hostess City for a reason. The people here are welcoming and warm, the culinary destinations feed the soul, and the shopping and entertainment delight and enthuse. And The Dot and Savannah Belles Ferry want to be the ultimate host to help you and your guests see it all.

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Reach Your Every Destination

With 20 stops throughout the historic district and beyond, and an operating schedule that runs for all seven days of the week, The Dot proves a reliable transport. And it’s free! Savannah Mobility Management’s goal is “to enhance the Savannah experience for visitors and residents by reducing traffic and parking congestion.”

On the less paved side of things, the Savannah Belles Ferry shuttles those who have a need to cross the river. It too has operating hours on all seven days of the week.

The Dot Takes Eastern Wharf

We here at Upper East River appreciate Savannah Mobility Management’s passion for making Savannah easy to explore. And we are especially excited that it now includes Eastern Wharf on its route for The Dot!

Take a look at all of the possibilities …

The Dot’s Route and Schedule

Savannah Belles Ferry’s Route Map Route and Schedule


We’ll see you around town!

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