Winter is mostly behind us, but not before the season brought Clark County its biggest snowstorm in years. C-TRAN kept running through it all, as we do year-round. Below are some of our favorite sights from this season. Like what you see? Be sure to follow C-TRAN on Instagram @ctranvancouver.
The snow finally arrived in February, eventually dumping close to a foot across much of Clark County. C-TRAN buses were chained up and kept rolling throughout the storm.
The C-TRAN Maintenance department operates 24 hours a day to keep our fleet ready and keep Clark County moving.
In January, C-TRAN introduced a special bus design in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The bus debuted on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and now rotates on different routes throughout the C-TRAN system.
In December, C-TRAN joined hundreds of volunteers in donating gifts and food to local families in need as part of Santa's Posse, coordinated each year by the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Who else has browsing the Vancouver Community Library high on their list of post-pandemic plans?
In the shop.
The Academy is one of Vancouver's most recognizable historic buildings, built in 1873.
With 2020 now in the rear-view mirror, we look forward to big things in 2021.
Birdhouse Books at 1001 Main St. in Vancouver. Books are a method of transportation. They may not physically move you like our buses do, but they do have the ability to transport you to another time...