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Winter is mostly behind us, but not before the season brought Clark County its biggest snowstorm in years. C-TRAN kept running through it all, as we do year-round. Below are some of our favorite sights from this season. Like what you see? Be sure to follow C-TRAN on Instagram @ctranvancouver.

 

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The snow finally arrived in February, eventually dumping close to a foot across much of Clark County. C-TRAN buses were chained up and kept rolling throughout the storm.

 

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The C-TRAN Maintenance department operates 24 hours a day to keep our fleet ready and keep Clark County moving.

 

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In January, C-TRAN introduced a special bus design in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The bus debuted on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and now rotates on different routes throughout the C-TRAN system.

 

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In December, C-TRAN joined hundreds of volunteers in donating gifts and food to local families in need as part of Santa's Posse, coordinated each year by the Clark County Sheriff's Office.

 

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Who else has browsing the Vancouver Community Library high on their list of post-pandemic plans?

 

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In the shop.

 

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The Academy is one of Vancouver's most recognizable historic buildings, built in 1873.

 

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With 2020 now in the rear-view mirror, we look forward to big things in 2021.
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