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May 27, 2022

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C-Tran detours and bus stop closures in effect

By , Columbian staff writer

Because of construction starting on C-Tran’s Mill Plain bus rapid transit project, the transit agency announced several detours and bus stop closures beginning this week.

Construction in downtown Vancouver will be happening on Evergreen Boulevard between Broadway and C Street. The stops for eastbound Evergreen at C Street and westbound Evergreen at Broadway will be closed. Routes 25, 31, 32 and 37 will be on detour. Passengers can use alternate boarding locations. For southbound trips on Route 25, riders can hop on at 15th Street at Broadway or Washington Street at 13th Street. For northbound trips on Route 25, stops will be at Broadway and 13th street along with a temporary stop at the northeast corner of Fort Vancouver Way and Mill Plain. For eastbound trips on Route 37, the alternate stops are at Broadway at Evergreen Boulevard and Broadway and 13th Street.

Several stops along Mill Plain will be closed because of detours and construction. They include southbound Fort Vancouver Way near Mill Plain, northbound Fort Vancouver Way near Mill Plain, eastbound Mill Plain at Fort Vancouver Way, westbound Mill Plain at Reserve Street, westbound Mill Plain at Grand Boulevard, westbound Mill Plain at Andresen Road, westbound Mill Plain at Garrison Road and westbound Mill Plain at 97th Avenue. Temporary stops will also be placed at various locations along the corridor, with additional information posted at affected stops. For questions or trip planning assistance, call C-Tran at 360-695-0123.

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