This is the communications site for C-TRAN's Fourth Plain Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project, which is currently in the Project Development stage. This project is in the planning and development stages, and we want to provide every opportunity for the community to get involved and share their thoughts. Opportunities to get involved, as well as committee activities can be found on the Calendar of Events.
OUR MISSION: Transit corridors serve different roles based on their defining characteristics and community values. The Fourth Plain BRT Project is as much about providing long-term transit capacity and an attractive transportation choice as it is about improved and reliable bus speeds, economic development opportunities along the corridor, and connections to/from neighborhoods to job and activity centers. Some of the existing problems that will be addressed by the Fourth Plain BRT project include: slow bus speeds; unreliable transit travel and arrival times; inadequate bike and pedestrian facilities, including connections to businesses along the corridor and surrounding neighborhoods; improving rider safety and security; and economic revitalization.
The proposed project is to build a state-of-the-art transit link between downtown Vancouver, the Fourth Plain community, Clark College, the Veterans’ Administration complex and Westfield Vancouver Mall; with possible, future connections eastward to Sifton and Heritage, as well as to C-TRAN’s existing bus connection to the Interstate MAX Yellow line station at Delta Park/Vanport.
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