BRT New Flyer 1 400C-TRAN is in the early planning stages of designing its third bus rapid transit system, which will serve Clark County’s Highway 99 and Main Street corridors. Bus rapid transit, or BRT, uses various features to move passengers more efficiently and reliably. Those features include larger buses, transit signal priority, seamless fare payments, and level boarding platforms.

C-TRAN will work closely with residents, businesses, and other stakeholders along the corridor to ensure that the Highway 99 BRT project reflects the needs and character of the area it serves.

Download the Highway 99 project fact sheet.

The Vine on Highway 99: We Want to Hear From You!

C-TRAN is in the early planning stages of designing its third bus rapid transit system, known as The Vine on Highway 99, which will serve Clark County's Highway 99 and Main Street corridors. Bus rapid transit, or BRT, uses various features to move passengers more efficiently and reliably. Those features include larger buses, transit signal priority, seamless fare payments, and level boarding platforms.

Community members are invited to participate in our open house events to learn more about the project and provide feedback on station locations.

In-Person Open House
Wednesday, October 5, 2022 | 4:30–6:30 p.m. (drop-in anytime)
Three Creeks Community Library
800 NE Tenney Rd, Vancouver, WA 98685
(Served by route 9)

La interpretación en español estará disponible en el evento.
(Spanish interpretation will be available at the meeting.)

*As of March 12, 2022, face coverings are optional for all visitors to Fort Vancouver Regional Library locations. Masks will be offered for those who would like to wear one.