«C-TRAN: OUR COMMUNITY, OUR PROMISE»

«C-TRAN: OUR COMMUNITY,
OUR PROMISE»

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We all know this hasn't been a normal spring and summer in Clark County. Many community events were postponed or canceled. Health guidelines changed the way we lived and interacted. But C-TRAN has operated through it all, maintaining an essential service to keep Clark County moving every day. From the C-TRAN Instagram feed, check out a few sights from a most unusual season:

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Starting in April, C-TRAN joined other community partners in a series of tributes to essential workers in our community during the statewide stay-home order. Our Clark County-themed bus joined this rolling salute in front of a local Fred Meyer store.

 

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By August, this same bus was out on a different special assignment: Operator training for two new Bus on Shoulder corridors on Interstate 5 and Interstate 205.

 

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There are two C-TRAN buses in this photo. Can you spot them?

 

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Seeing double.

 

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Our vehicles are kept looking pristine in the bus yard when they're not out in service.

 

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Route 32 rolls through downtown Vancouver past the Academy, one of the city's most recognizable historic buildings.

 

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Route 80 this year began serving Northeast 51st Circle, home to numerous employers including the C-TRAN Administration office.

 

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Wildfire smoke brought poor air quality and gloomy skies in early September. 
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