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C-Tran expects bump in 2022 budget

December 27, 2021, 4:33pm Business

C-Tran has budgeted for a $38.2 million bump in net revenue for 2022 compared with 2021. What has caused such a drastic increase in net revenue for an agency that… Read story

C-Tran might lower its fares

November 4, 2021, 6:03am Business

C-Tran is considering lowering its rates next year, a temporary measure meant to help those who rely on public transit, and also because tax collections exceeded its projected budget for… Read story

Veterans Day closures

November 11, 2021, 5:59am Clark County News

What’s open and closed for Veterans Day: Read story

Guests wear masks as they gather near C-Tran buses at the Mill Plain Bus Rapid Transit groundbreaking event Tuesday afternoon. The $50 million project will add Clark County's second bus rapid transit line following the Vine, which debuted in 2017.

C-Tran breaks ground on Vancouver’s second bus rapid transit linevideo icon

Guests wear masks as they gather near C-Tran buses at the Mill Plain Bus Rapid Transit groundbreaking event Tuesday afternoon. The $50 million project will add Clark County's second bus rapid transit line following the Vine, which debuted in 2017.

September 28, 2021, 7:39pm Business

C-Tran’s second bus rapid transit line is officially on the way. Read story

A 60-foot Vine bus pictured at the C-Tran maintenance center in Vancouver.

C-Tran proposes service changes, including bus line to Ridgefield

A 60-foot Vine bus pictured at the C-Tran maintenance center in Vancouver.

July 15, 2021, 6:02am Business

C-Tran staff unveiled a wide-ranging list of proposed service changes this week, including the establishment of a fixed-route bus line to Ridgefield and the consolidation of some of the agency’s express service routes between Vancouver and Portland. Read story

Vancouver resident Rachael Okerlund steps off a C-Tran bus wearing a face covering on Friday at the Vancouver Mall Transit Center. Face coverings remain a requirement on Vancouver public transit in accordance with CDC rules.

C-Tran ridership on the rebound in Clark County

Vancouver resident Rachael Okerlund steps off a C-Tran bus wearing a face covering on Friday at the Vancouver Mall Transit Center. Face coverings remain a requirement on Vancouver public transit in accordance with CDC rules.

July 13, 2021, 6:00am Business

June 30 marked the end of most of Washington’s COVID-19 pandemic restrictions including the indoor mask mandate at most businesses and public locations, but the requirement has persisted for transit riders on C-Tran buses due to separate state and federal mandates. Read story

Traffic travels east on state Highway 14, right, as the highway is looking east at Interstate 205 Monday morning. WSDOT is plans to add a lane in each direction to a portion of the highway next year to ease congestion.

Highway 14 congested corridor to gain lanes in east Vancouver

Traffic travels east on state Highway 14, right, as the highway is looking east at Interstate 205 Monday morning. WSDOT is plans to add a lane in each direction to a portion of the highway next year to ease congestion.

June 22, 2021, 6:04am Business

The state Highway 14 corridor in Vancouver is notorious for rush hour congestion, with an especially unpleasant choke point between Interstate 205 and Southeast 164th Avenue that tends to tie up commuters heading for Oregon. Read story

One of TriMet's new battery-electric buses from manufacturer Gillig sits outside a garage in March. C-Tran's board of directors voted Tuesday to authorize the purchase of eight buses of the same model to begin running in Clark County. The buses charge overnight and have an estimated range of 150-210 miles per charge.

C-Tran charges ahead with electric buses

One of TriMet's new battery-electric buses from manufacturer Gillig sits outside a garage in March. C-Tran's board of directors voted Tuesday to authorize the purchase of eight buses of the same model to begin running in Clark County. The buses charge overnight and have an estimated range of 150-210 miles per charge.

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 replace eight of the fleet’s oldest diesel models. Read story

Public Meetings

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

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A pair of construction workers shovel large chunks of pavement into the excavator on Tuesday at the corner of Broadway and East Mill Plain Boulevard. The work marks the start of a project to replace the sewer and water main lines beneath Broadway, which will continue through the summer.

Broadway sewer project to reroute downtown Vancouver traffic

A pair of construction workers shovel large chunks of pavement into the excavator on Tuesday at the corner of Broadway and East Mill Plain Boulevard. The work marks the start of a project to replace the sewer and water main lines beneath Broadway, which will continue through the summer.

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 closed down last week for a sewer project, snarling traffic in the busy corridor. Read story