All C-TRAN routes will be free starting at 6 p.m. Sat., Dec. 31, and continuing through the end of service
VANCOUVER – Area residents can make the smart choice to get home safely this New Year’s Eve: C-TRAN is offering free service across its entire system.
All C-TRAN routes will be free starting at 6 p.m. Sat., Dec. 31, and continuing through the end of service. Several routes will also be extended into the early hours of Sun., Jan. 1. Routes 37, 60, 65, 71, 80 and The Vine will run until about 2 a.m. or later to help you get home safely. Full New Year’s Eve schedules are available at www.c-tran.com/newyears.
If you’re heading out to ring in 2023, be safe, plan ahead and let C-TRAN do the driving instead of getting behind the wheel. Transit is a safe, smart alternative to driving. Consider making C-TRAN a part of your New Year’s Eve celebration even if you’re not staying out until midnight. If you’re celebrating in Portland, TriMet and the Portland Streetcar are providing free service after 8 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. Most MAX lines will operate until approximately 2 a.m.
C-TRAN is proud to partner with sponsors People’s Community Federal Credit Union, the Port of Vancouver and ilani Casino Resort to offer free New Year’s Eve service this year.
For routes without extended hours, C-TRAN will operate on regular Saturday schedules on December 31. Extended-route schedules vary. For questions or trip planning assistance, call C-TRAN at (360) 695-0123.
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