Weather-Related Detours for Tuesday, January 17:

6:15 AM: Due to icy conditions, there is a change in this morning's Express route bulletin. Express Routes 105, 134, 157, 190 and 199 will provide service only to the MAX railhead at Delta Park. Routes 164 and 177 will serve the MAX railhead at Parkrose.


5:00 AM:

  • All Express routes will operate normally. If freezing rain sets in, please check C-TRAN's website and Twitter for real-time-information about the afternoon commute.
  • Routes 2, 9 and 19 are on snow routes. (Snow route maps: Roue 2Route 9Route 19)
  • Route 32 is not serving the Hazel Dell portion of the route; no service between 63rd Avenue and Main Street.
  • Route 47 is not serving Yacolt.
  • Route 92 is not serving Addy Loop.
  • All Connector service is suspended.
  • The Vine will be served by 40-foot buses. Buses will stop at the nearest safe location adjacent to platforms. Turtle Place is closed, so passengers should board at Washington & 12th or Broadway & 12th.
  • C-VAN has been placed back on red alert, meaning only life-sustaining trips will be taken.

Vanpool Fares

How to Calculate Your Fare

Fares are based upon two factors: 1) the operating cost of the van, and 2) the assigned portion of fixed administrative costs.

C-TRAN includes the cost of fuel in your monthly lease based upon miles traveled and the anticipated annual average cost for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline. This means that some months the price of fuel charged by C-TRAN will be higher than market price, but some months it will also be lower. Our goal is the money collected for fuel roughly equals what is spent on fuel each year. C-TRAN will issue these vanpools a credit card to use to purchase fuel. This allows vanpool groups to have the convenience of a steady fare with pre-paid fuel.

Note: To calculate each individual rider's rate, divide the total rate by the number of passengers in your vanpool:

2014-2015 Vanpool Rates for 7 and 12 Passenger Vans