Route 190 Adverse Weather Travel Options
Morning Snow Service Options
This route may be suspended based on weather conditions along the route. If this is the case, you may board route #164 at Fisher's Landing Transit Center or route #199 at 99th Street Transit Center and transfer in Downtown Portland to TriMet #8 or to the Portland Streetcar and OHSU Tram.
Evening Snow Survival Guide
If adverse weather affects your evening commute, C-TRAN may consolidate I-5 routes to increase frequency and get you home. Look for multiple route numbers on the bus head sign and if your number is included, this is your bus (could include any combination of these route numbers #105, #134 and/or #199)
If adverse weather causes the suspension of evening service on your route, the following option is available:
From Marquam Hill: Board TriMet #8 at the lower station of the OHSU Tram, along South Waterfront. Disembark at SW 6th at Clay. Walk to Columbia to board any 105, 134, or 199 bus for return service to downtown Vancouver, 99th Street, and Salmon Creek. Note: Connections to the BPA/K-Mart park and rides provided by shuttle from 99th Street.
For TriMet information, please visit www.trimet.org.
Pick up a copy of the Snow and Ice Brochure for more information on how weather may affect your route.
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