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C-TRAN employee raising guide-dog-puppy-in-training

Security and Safety | July 30, 2019

Will spend the next year raising a guide dog puppy in training in partnership with Guide Dogs for the Blind.

C-TRAN named North American mid-sized 'Transit System of the Year'

Management & Operations| July 9, 2019

Vancouver, Wash.-based agency increased total ridership by 4.63% during the past two years, one of key achievements factored in.

Technology| May 21, 2019

Portland-Vancouver launches transit fare card on iPhone

The Hop Fastpass® is the first transit fare card in North America to launch in Apple Wallet.

Security and Safety | April 22, 2019

Man arrested after holding bus driver hostage, demanding ride to Portland

The male passenger and female driver were the only people on the bus, with the driver able to hit an emergency alarm at some point.

Technology| April 17, 2018

INIT launches Portland-Vancouver virtual ticketing app

The app is the result of a collaboration between INIT, TriMet, and moovel and uses Google Pay to complete transactions.

Management & Operations| August 23, 2017

INIT adds open payments system to Portland-Vancouver fare system

The plan offers riders greater social equity, and provides more cost-effective transport options for travel throughout the Portland-Vancouver Metropolitan Area.

Management & Operations| July 18, 2017

INIT modernizes Portland-Vancouver area electronic fare payment system

Hop Fastpass is a fully integrated open payments e-fare system that can accept regular contactless fare media (Hop cards) and will accept contactless credit or debit card payments.

Mobility| June 15, 2017

Transit agencies celebrate 12th annual National Dump the Pump Day

Sponsored by APTA, this national public awareness day encourages people to "Dump the Pump" by parking their car and riding a bus or train instead.

C-TRAN names two finalists in executive director/CEO search

Current executive director/CEO Jeff Hamm will retire at the end of June after more than 10 years leading C-TRAN.

Bus| September 11, 2015

C-Tran BRT project gets $38.5M federal boost

The Vine system will use 10 new, 60-foot buses, which will nearly double the passenger capacity of current bus routes. In addition, the buses will be served by new stations designed to make boarding quicker and easier, especially for the elderly and those with disabilities.

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