«C-TRAN: OUR COMMUNITY, OUR PROMISE»

«C-TRAN: OUR COMMUNITY,
OUR PROMISE»

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Winter is mostly behind us in Clark County, and we've made it through the season without a major snow event. (Fingers crossed.) We weren't lacking in stunning sights. Check out a few of our favorite shots from the past few months. Like what you see? Be sure to follow C-TRAN on Instagram @ctranvancouver.

 washougal bus
C-TRAN got into the holiday spirit for the Washougal Lighted Christmas Parade in December. Those are real antlers on the front of the bus.

 

51st circle
Route 80 making its way through the woods on Northeast 51st Circle, near C-TRAN's administrative offices.

 

snow
Most of Clark County only saw an occasional dusting of snow this winter.

 

rain drops
Instead, winter in Clark County looked more like this.

 

route 80
A busy morning on Route 80.

 

route 92
Riders board Route 92, heading east to Camas and Washougal.

 

vmtc sunset
When clearer days started to arrive in February, the sunsets were impressive.
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