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.

Alternate Travel Options


An innovative approach to service in areas where traditional bus service is difficult to offer. The Connector was first introduced in 2003 as a reservation based transportation service. Today, passengers can choose to make a reservation for their desired pick-up time at a location of their choice, or board at a regular bus stop at a time designated by C-TRAN. Operating within certain geographic service areas, the Connector makes connections to nearby transit centers from the cities of Camas, La Center, and Ridgefield. For more information, click here.



Connecting Longview, Kalama, and Woodland to the 99th Street Transit Center. Call (360) 425-3430, or (800) 383-2101.

Skamania County Public Transit

Connecting Carson, Stevenson, North Bonneville, Prindle and all points in between to C-TRAN's Fisher's Landing Transit Center. Call (509) 427-3990 for more information.


C-TRAN's Vanpool Program offers commuters another option to reduce emissions by reducing the number of vehicles on the road. Call (360) 906-7510 to get started! Save Time. Save Money. Save the Planet.


Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) Program

The state's nine most populated counties, and the cities within those counties, are required to adopt CTR ordinances and support local employers in implementing CTR. Employers are required to develop a commuter program designed to achieve reductions in vehicle trips and may offer benefits such as subsidies for transit fares, flexible work schedules, telework opportunities, and more. Employers within Clark County’s Urban Growth Boundary must participate in CTR if they have 100 or more full-time employees at a single worksite who begin their scheduled workday between 6 and 9 a.m. Employers who are not affected by the CTR law are also encouraged to participate as voluntary CTR employers. For more information, explore these ride matching services (Rideshare Online or  Clark County Commute) or call the CTR Administrator at (360) 487-7733.

Bike & Bus with C-TRAN

Combine healthy exercise with convenient, reliable and inexpensive transportation. Bicycling and riding the bus also cuts down on pollution, traffic congestion, and driving costs.

All C-TRAN buses are equipped with bike racks. Start your trip with an invigorating ride to a C-TRAN bus stop or park and ride. Place your bike on the easy-to-use bike rack on any C-TRAN bus. Once you've reached your destination, simply unload your bike and ride away. And, there's no additional charge to use the bike racks; your C-TRAN fare includes your bike. Click here for more information on taking your bike on C-TRAN.

One Call, One Click Trip Resource Center

The One Call, One Click Trip Resourse Center Website is designed to help you easily find transportation resources to get from Point A to Point B.