In January 2017, C-TRAN launched The Vine, the region’s first bus rapid transit system, along Vancouver’s Fourth Plain corridor. Now, we’ve begun planning for our next BRT corridor: Mill Plain Boulevard.

Mill Plain is a unique corridor with its own identity. It’s C-TRAN’s second-highest transit ridership corridor, making it the logical next step for bus rapid transit in Clark County. But it’s also plagued by chronic and worsening auto congestion. The Mill Plain BRT project will improve transportation options on one of the Vancouver’s key corridors, improve travel times and continue moving Clark County into the future.

Bus rapid transit offers an array of features and options to make travel more efficient and reliable along a given corridor. C-TRAN will be working closely with residents, businesses and other stakeholders along the corridor to ensure that the project reflects the needs and character of the area it serves.

Mill Plain BRT Alignment Options Map (click for pdf)

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Upcoming Events

October 17 • 4–6 PM
Fisher's Landing Transit Center
3510 SE 164th Avenue
Vancouver, WA
November 8 • 5–6 PM
Hudson’s Bay High School
Commons Area
1601 E McLoughlin Blvd.
Vancouver, WA

Download the
Mill Plain BRT
Fact Sheet