«C-TRAN: OUR COMMUNITY, OUR PROMISE»

«C-TRAN: OUR COMMUNITY,
OUR PROMISE»

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Spring has arrived in Clark County, and goodness knows we earned it this year. A late dash of cold, wintry weather has made the thaw even sweeter. Here are some of our favorite sights from the winter that was. For more, be sure to follow C-TRAN on Instagram: @ctranvancouver.

snow maintenance
When the snow starts falling, our Maintenance crews are ready for action.

 

rudolph
We didn't get snow on Christmas Eve this year, but in C-TRAN dispatch, we had an expert on navigating adverse weather just in case.

 

riders inside bus
Going places on Route 78.

 

snow
The Vine -- running with 40-foot buses -- makes its way down Fort Vancouver Way after a fresh coating of snow.

 

new artic
In January, we rolled out two new articulated buses on Route 164 for the first time.

 

crane
Two years after The Vine starting serving the Fourth Plain Boulevard, one of Vancouver's busiest and most diverse corridors continues to grow and develop.

 

MLK bus
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, our buses displayed this special message. Thank you, Dr. King.
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Earlier this month, C-TRAN handed over the keys of 11 former C-VAN vehicles that are now being used by six local nonprofits to help those in need. The vans were awarded as part of VanGo, a surplus...
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
When it comes time for C-TRAN coach operators to pick the routes they’ll be driving, Randy Smith has more options than most. That’s because Smith has driven for C-TRAN for 23 years, longer than all...

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