[Cccnfbw] C-Tran Route Changes

Robert Sellers robertsellers500 at comcast.net
Fri Apr 11 04:49:22 UTC 2014



Thanks for the info.

I might add,  c-tran’s hq is also served by the 32 route.




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Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2014 4:50 PM
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Subject: [Cccnfbw] C-Tran Route Changes


It would be in your best interest to attend these public meetings and let C-Tran know your input.


Proposal to Increase Fares September 1, 2014

In 2005, the C-TRAN Board of Directors established a policy goal to compare favorably with benchmark data from similar-sized transit agencies, including the rate of farebox recovery—the amount riders pay toward the total cost of operating the service. At that time, passenger fares paid only about 18% of the cost to provide service.

To improve the recovery rate, C-TRAN implemented the largest fare increase in the agency’s history, bringing fares up to current market value. In response to public comments received during that increase, the C-TRAN Board adopted a policy in 2008 that asked for smaller annual fare increases that passengers could anticipate and plan for. The smaller annual increases have addressed inflation, while achieving the agency’s farebox goals established in 2005.

This year’s proposal seeks to increase C-Zone Adult, C-VAN, and Express fares only.

2014 Fare Increase Proposal

September 1





















Download Fare Increase Flyer <http://www.c-tran.com/images/Transitions/2014-04/Fare%20Increase%20Rack%20Card%202014-09.pdf>  (pdf)

No other fare categories are proposed to increase this September. C-TRAN is holding several open houses during the month of April for the public to learn more and provide feedback:

If you’re unable to attend but would like to provide feedback, please visit www.c-tran.com or call the C-TRAN Passenger Service Office at (360) 695-0123. The deadline to receive comments is Friday, May 2, 2014. Additional fare information can be found inside C-TRAN’s fare brochure, available mid-April.

Open Houses

Thursday, April 17 • 5:30–7:00 pm
Fisher’s Landing Transit Center, 2nd Floor
3510 SE 164th Avenue, 98683
Served by routes 30, 37, 41, 65, 80, 92, and 164

Thursday, April 24 • 5:30–6:30 pm
C-TRAN Administration Building
2425 NE 65th Avenue, Vancouver
Served by routes 4 and 30

(This open house is part of the C-TRAN Citizens Advisory Committee monthly meeting. Any public comments related to the fare proposal will be incorporated into the committee’s regular agenda.)

Tuesday, April 29 • 6:00–7:30 pm
Three Creeks Community Library
800-C, NE Tenney Road, Vancouver
Served by Route 9


Proposed Service Change Concepts

With the completion of the 139th Street Overpass, the opportunity to revamp and streamline service within the Felida/Salmon Creek area exists. With this in mind, C-TRAN staff is proposing changes to routes 9 Felida and 19 Salmon Creek that could take effect in September, 2014 or January, 2015. At this time, C-TRAN is only proposing these changes as a concept and invites the public to provide their feedback at one of the upcoming open houses listed in this newsletter.

Image removed by sender. 009-Felida-Reroute

Image removed by sender. 019-Salmon-Creek-Reroute


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