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.)

Holiday Service: Tuesday, July 4

In honor of the Independence Day holiday, C-TRAN offers the following service:

  • Buses operate on Sunday/Holiday schedules (If your bus does not normally operate on Sundays, it will not provide service on this day.)
  • Call Center open; 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Administration Office closed
  • Passenger Service offices closed

Sunday/Holiday schedules are available online and on your bus. If you need additional information or help planning your trip, please call C-TRAN’s Call Center at (360) 695-0123.


FREE Shuttles to Independence Day at Fort Vancouver

Presented by Bank of America

On Tuesday, July 4, C-TRAN provides free event shuttle service from Vancouver Mall to the fireworks show at Fort Vancouver. Shuttles depart at least every 15 minutes from 6–8:30 p.m., and return passengers to the mall immediately following the show. All items are subject to search.

No fare is required to ride the shuttles and admission is free into the fireworks. A small $5 donation is encouraged at the entrance gates.


FREE Event Shuttles to Clark County Fair

Summer’s Best Party: August 4–13

Beginning Friday, August 4 through Sunday, August 13, C-TRAN provides shuttles from the following locations:

  • Vancouver Mall
  • 99th Street Transit Center
  • Fisher’s Landing Transit Center
  • Battle Ground
  • La Center and Ridgefield Park & Rides
  • Start times and frequencies vary. Please see brochure for details.

The last buses depart the Fairgrounds at 11:00 p.m. every evening. For start times and frequency, please see the schedule brochure.


Clark County Amphitheater

Saturday & Sunday Concert Shuttles

C-TRAN provides convenient weekend concert shuttle service to the Clark County Amphitheater throughout the summer months. Please note that shuttle service is available on Saturdays and Sundays only. No shuttles are available Monday–Friday.

C-TRAN service is provided on weekend concert days only, from the Salmon Creek Park & Ride directly to the Amphitheater, and given priority access to the east entrance.

Please note: Weekday concert shuttles are provided by the Amphitheater through a private charter bus company. Please visit the Amphitheater’s website for more information on this service.

  • Shuttle service begins 90 minutes prior to the advertised concert start time, and runs at least every 15 minutes until the concert starts;
  • Shuttle service is not available during concerts;
  • Return service to the Salmon Creek Park & Ride begins immediately after each show and is given priority access out of the Amphitheater’s parking lot;
  • Connecting bus service is not available from the Salmon Creek Park & Ride following each concert.

Fair Opening Day: Early Shuttle Service

Friday, August 4

Early morning shuttle service is provided on opening day to accommodate free fair admission that is available to anyone who has a voucher from their local Fred Meyer. Frequency varies. See schedule for details.

  • Vancouver Mall
    Service begins at 8:00 a.m.

  • 99th Street Transit Center
    Service begins at 8:00 a.m.

  • Fisher’s Landing Transit Center
    Service begins at 8:00 a.m.

  • Battle Ground
    Service begins at 8:30 a.m.

  • La Center and Ridgefield Park & Rides
    La Center service begins at 8:30 a.m.
    Ridgefield service begins at 8:40 a.m.

Please see schedule brochure for details, including frequency. Free admission is available only on opening day between 8 am and noon, and only to those with a voucher.

For questions or trip planning assistance, please call C-TRAN Customer Service at (360) 695-0123.

Take C-TRAN–Save $1 on Fair Admission

C-TRAN and The Clark County Fair offer a special discount to passengers who ride C-TRAN Event Shuttles to the Fair. Ride a shuttle and receive a special transfer that provides $1 off your Fair entrance! Discount does not apply to pre-purchased tickets.


You Are Here Logo

It’s said that everybody has a story. We want to hear yours.

C-TRAN is launching a new campaign to highlight some of the many people who use transit in this community. We’re calling it You Are Here. We want to capture the faces and personalities on the bus in a way that lets them tell their own stories. That means portraits of people in their element, and a chance to say what drives you. We’re building a public collection of photos and quotes we hope will inspire and offer a collective snapshot of what makes us human. What makes us Clark County.

Let’s make one thing clear: This isn’t about us. It’s about you. Transit brings people together every day, but it doesn’t define who they are. Our goal is to create a unique cross-section of people as varied as the place we call home.

C-TRAN is working with local photographer Jake Thompson on this project. Interested in participating? Contact Jake directly at (360) 567-9801.