Adverse weather impacts for Monday, February 19, 2018

(Updated 9:45 a.m.)

  • Routes 9 and 19 are off snow routes and resuming regular service.

(Updated 4:30 a.m.)

C-TRAN’s Citizens Advisory Committee (CCAC) is comprised of volunteers who represent a broad spectrum of C-TRAN riders and stakeholder groups within the C-TRAN service and taxing boundary. The committee meets monthly to advise the C-TRAN Board of Directors on transit and paratransit policies, programs, plans, and other related issues to help improve transit service for our region. More information can be found in the committee's bylaws.

Have an issue or idea you'd like to share with C-TRAN? Contact your CCAC representative.

  • Harry Kiick

    Harry Kiick

    Fixed Route Rider Representative
  • Kay Millsap

    Kay Millsap

    Senior Citizen Representative
  • Aaron Todd

    Aaron Todd

    Environmental Community Representative
  • Richard Gill

    Richard Gill

    Community-at-Large Representative
  • Bill Baumann

    Bill Baumann

    Social Services Representative
  • Amy Elkinton

    Amy Elkinton

    C-VAN Rider Representative
  • Erick Watkins

    Erick Watkins

    Non-Rider Representative
  • Donna Ross

    Donna Ross

    Non-Ambulatory Rider Representative
  • Bradley Cole

    Bradley Cole

    Bi-State Commuter Representative
  • Lauren Owsley

    Lauren Owsley

    Developmentally Disabled Rider Representative
  • Dennis Jeppson

    Dennis Jeppson

    Student/Youth Rider Representative
  • Betty Watson

    Betty Watson

    Visually Impaired Representative
  • Steve Becker

    Steve Becker

    Business Community Representative
  • Kerry Jeffrey

    Kerry Jeffrey

    School Administration Representative
  • William Lee

    William Lee

    Neighborhoods Associations Representative
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Become a Member

CCAC members can serve up to two, 2-year terms (for a total of four consecutive years), and must be willing to commit up to two hours per month to attend committee meetings. If you’re interested in becoming a member, please print and complete this application, then email it or mail it to the address listed. Once it’s received, the CCAC will review your application as openings become available that you are qualified to represent. Current openings on the committee for terms beginning in 2018 include: business representative, school administration representative, social servies representative, youth/student representative, environmental community representative, fixed-route rider representative, neighborhood assosciation representative and visually impaired representative. For more information, please call (360) 696-4494.

Attend a Meeting

The CCAC meets at 5:30 p.m. on the last Thursday of every month. Meetings are held at C-TRAN's administrative offices, 2425 N.E. 65th Ave. in Vancouver. The public is welcome to attend all CCAC monthly meetings and a portion of each is set aside for public comment. Join us!