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C-Tran charges ahead with electric buses

June 10, 2021, 6:01am Business

C-Tran is poised to take its first step toward electrifying its bus fleet. The agency’s board of directors voted Tuesday to authorize the purchase of eight new battery-electric buses to… Read story

Broadway sewer project to reroute downtown Vancouver traffic

April 21, 2021, 6:02am Business

Summer weather is here, and downtown Vancouver drivers have already begun to adjust a common summer sight: street construction. A three block stretch of Broadway near East Mill Plain Boulevard… Read story

Public Meetings

May 9, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

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Anna Zivarts of Disability Rights Washington, left, films Abby Griffith, red jacket, and Chris Higley, right, waiting to cross an intersection on Thursday on the corner of Northeast Minnehaha Street and Northeast St. Johns Road. Disability Rights Washington and Front and Centered held a press conference to raise awareness about the challenges that disabled Clark County residents face in accessing reliable transit.

Vancouver residents join campaign for better transit

Anna Zivarts of Disability Rights Washington, left, films Abby Griffith, red jacket, and Chris Higley, right, waiting to cross an intersection on Thursday on the corner of Northeast Minnehaha Street and Northeast St. Johns Road. Disability Rights Washington and Front and Centered held a press conference to raise awareness about the challenges that disabled Clark County residents face in accessing reliable transit.

March 18, 2021, 6:50pm Business

A group of Vancouver residents joined representatives from Disability Rights Washington and Front and Centered at a press conference Thursday afternoon to draw attention to the challenges faced by public transit riders in rural Clark County, particularly riders with disabilities. Read story

Heather Manning of Vancouver sits aboard a C-Tran Vine bus headed east while departing from the Turtle Place Transit Station in downtown Vancouver on Monday. The Vine runs along Fourth Plain Boulevard and is Vancouver's first Bus Rapid Transit line, though two more are in the works.

As Vancouver’s population grows, C-Tran strives to build mass transit system

Heather Manning of Vancouver sits aboard a C-Tran Vine bus headed east while departing from the Turtle Place Transit Station in downtown Vancouver on Monday. The Vine runs along Fourth Plain Boulevard and is Vancouver's first Bus Rapid Transit line, though two more are in the works.

February 24, 2021, 6:02am Clark County News

When nearly a foot of snow buried the Vancouver area this month, C-Tran CEO Shawn Donaghy was surprised to see that the number of people who relied on public transit barely dropped. Read story

A concept render shows the design for the planned Mill Plain Transit Center in east Vancouver, which will serve as the terminus for the upcoming Mill Plain BRT line. The station's layout is similar to the Vancouver Mall Transit Center, which serves as the terminus for the first Vine BRT line on Fourth Plain Boulevard.

Vancouver advances plan for new Vine route on Mill Plain

A concept render shows the design for the planned Mill Plain Transit Center in east Vancouver, which will serve as the terminus for the upcoming Mill Plain BRT line. The station's layout is similar to the Vancouver Mall Transit Center, which serves as the terminus for the first Vine BRT line on Fourth Plain Boulevard.

February 1, 2021, 8:39pm Clark County News

Vancouver is moving forward with its plan to construct a Bus Rapid Transit line along Mill Plain Boulevard, a massive project that will require the city to upgrade its fiber optic capacity and acquire right-of-way for 37 new curbside stations along the route. Read story

A bus on Route 71 pulls into one of the two new stops at The Waterfront Vancouver on Monday afternoon, January 11, 2021.

Bus service comes to The Waterfront Vancouver

A bus on Route 71 pulls into one of the two new stops at The Waterfront Vancouver on Monday afternoon, January 11, 2021.

January 11, 2021, 4:31pm Business

Bus service has officially come to The Waterfront Vancouver. Read story

A 60-foot Vine bus pictured at the C-Tran maintenance center in Vancouver. C-Tran's first bus rapid transit line debuted on Fourth Plain Boulevard in 2017, and construction is slated to start next year on a second line along Mill Plain Boulevard.

C-Tran prepares for second Vine route on Mill Plain in Vancouver

A 60-foot Vine bus pictured at the C-Tran maintenance center in Vancouver. C-Tran's first bus rapid transit line debuted on Fourth Plain Boulevard in 2017, and construction is slated to start next year on a second line along Mill Plain Boulevard.

November 29, 2020, 6:05am Business

It’s been nearly four years since the first Vine buses began rolling up and down Fourth Plain Boulevard, marking C-Tran’s first foray into the world of Bus Rapid Transit. Read story

The Safe Parking Zone program has been moved from the Vancouver Mall to Evergreen Transit Center. The free program is designed for people living out of their vehicles who need a place to shelter-in-place during COVID-19.

Vancouver Safe Parking Zone program moves to C-Tran’s Evergreen Transit Center

The Safe Parking Zone program has been moved from the Vancouver Mall to Evergreen Transit Center. The free program is designed for people living out of their vehicles who need a place to shelter-in-place during COVID-19.

June 16, 2020, 6:13pm Clark County News

The Forman family’s refurbished yellow school bus is hard to miss. Read story

The Vine bus stops along Fourth Plain Boulevard to pick up passengers in 2018.

C-Tran’s Mill Plain Vine project secures federal funding

The Vine bus stops along Fourth Plain Boulevard to pick up passengers in 2018.

May 29, 2020, 6:05pm Business

C-Tran’s Mill Plain Vine project reached a significant milestone Friday when the Federal Transit Administration announced that it has allocated $24.9 million for the planned bus rapid transit line. The federal funding will cover approximately half of the project’s $50 million cost. Read story