Transportation

C-TRAN

Since 1981, C‑TRAN has provided the citizens of Clark County with safe, reliable and convenient public transportation throughout the Clark County service area. Today we also provide Express commuter service to downtown Portland, Lloyd District, and Marquam Hill; Limited bus service with connections to the nearest light rail station; and three Connector service areas within the city limits of Camas, La Center, and Ridgefield.

Using public transportation saves the nation 1.4 billion gallons of gasoline every year, and can reduce your household expenses by $8,500—more than the average household pays for food in a year. As Clark County grows, C‑TRAN will be there to provide transportation options that continue to make this a great place to work and live.

C-TRAN has three transit centers, two of which have on-site Passenger Service offices. C-TRAN Passenger Service can be reached by calling (360) 695-0123 or (503) 283-8054 (Portland). Visit C-Tran online for schedule and maps.

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C-tran

Gorge West End Transit

Gorge West End TransitThe Skamania County transit (Gorge West End Transit or WET) bus will begin an exciting new seven day a week service on May 1 through October 15. The regular transit bus runs five days a week, two runs a day, with three on Friday. The seasonal expansion will add four runs a day on Saturday and Sunday.

The bus schedules include stops at Stevenson, Carson, North Bonneville, Fisher’s Landing in Vancouver on 164th Ave, and then return to Columbia River Gorge trailheads and resorts. The additional stops include Salmon Creek Park and Ride/Cape Horn Trail, Beacon Rock, Bonneville Hot Springs, Bonneville Dam, Pacific Crest Trail, Skamania Lodge, Dog Mountain and the Trapper Creek Wilderness area.

Paid for by a grant from Western Federal Lands, Washington Dept of Transportation, Friends of the Gorge, Stevenson, North Bonneville and Skamania County Tourism Funds, the weekend runs have an emphasis on accessing federal lands.

The public transportation grant is intended to relieve congestion at trailheads and shuttle guests from hotels and motels, festivals and fair visitors from resorts to trailheads, and locals from town to town. The bus is ADA accessible and has bike racks.

For a complete schedule go to skamania.org/publictransportation.cfm or call 509-427-3990.