January 13, 2014
C-Van carried an estimated 229,970 passenger trips, its highest ever. Service officials are requesting an increase in the paratransit budget from C-Tran, the transit system that operates the service.
April 25, 2013
The bus driver, a 28-year veteran, was pulling a bus into a traffic lane on the large lot behind Vancouver-based C-Tran’s administrative office when they struck another driver who was on foot walking toward another bus.
April 17, 2013
The board plans on meeting at the end of April to take public comment on the participation-withdrawal question and to gather more information from Columbia River Crossing officials before voting in mid-May.
March 21, 2013
Even though the agency’s board of directors only voted to seek offers from consultants to continue developing the concept, some board members expressed concerns about moving forward on an effort that was shot down in last year's election.
August 15, 2012
The county’s bus service, C-Tran, would have been funded had the so-called T-SPLOST referendum been passed by voters in July. The agency ceased operations in 2010 after commissioners voted against funding the service.
June 13, 2012
Would tax local employers $1 to $2 a month per employee and raise the $2.5 million in revenue needed annually to run and maintain a new Washington MAX line.
April 11, 2012
The members in favor of the block prefer a broad public vote in November asking residents to help pay for light rail in Vancouver.
December 22, 2010
The transit system projects that use of its paratransit service will grow five percent each year. To help with the rising costs, C-Tran plans on putting two ballot measures to voters next year asking for a percentage of sales tax.
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