Posted: Wednesday, December 7, 2016 - 2:36pm
Due to wintry weather expected throughout the Portland-Vancouver area and Clark County on Thursday, December 8, C-TRAN riders should prepare for potentially significant impacts to bus service. Routes 157, 177 and 190 have been canceled for Thursday. Passengers who normally use those routes should consider the following options:
- Instead of Route 157, take Route 199 from 99th Street Transit Center to Portland. Once in Portland, take any eastbound MAX to the Lloyd District.
- Instead of Route 177, take Route 164 from Fisher's Landing Transit Center to downtown Portland.
- Instead of Route 190, start from 99th Street Transit Center and take another Express route to downtown Portland. Once in Portland, use TriMet's Line 8 or the Portland Streetcar and the aerial Tram from South Waterfront Avenue for service to Marquam Hill.
C-TRAN Connector service is also canceled on Thursday, December 8. Other routes may experience impacts and delays depending on the conditions. Routes 2, 6, 9, 19, 32 and 47 may detour to snow routes. Travelers should use caution and wear extra warm clothing if they're out and about on Thursday.
Additional updates will sent out as needed, and alerts will be posted at www.c-tran.com. Major C-TRAN service impacts are also posted to Twitter (@ctranvancouver) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/ctranvancouver).
For questions or trip planning assistance, please call C-TRAN at 360-695-0123.
Posted: Monday, November 28, 2016 - 12:15pm
WSU Vancouver experienced a 5 minute power loss at approximately 12:05 today (Monday 11/27/16) due to a traffic accident involving a PUD transformer at 72nd Ave and 159th St. Power is back on. WSU emergency generators started automatically. Main power for campus is back on and the WSU Schedule is operating normally. There may be further intermittent outages as PUD works to repair the problem with estimated completion by 2:00 today. Facilities Operations is working to restore services temporarily suspended by the outage.
Posted: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 5:52pm
Following receipt of a bomb threat on campus, a building search was concluded and there were no suspicious items located. Campus remains open.