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Vancouver, WA Bus and Coach Companies and Stops
Ad Transport
5619 Ne 56th St - (call (360) 693-8516)
Boise Cascade
3301 Nw Lower River Rd - (call (360) 694-9120)
C -tran C-van
108 E 7th St - (call (360) 695-0123)
C-tran
2425 Ne 65th Ave - (call (360) 696-4494)
C-tran/c-van
3510 Se 164th Ave - (call (360) 885-4699)
C-tran/c-van C-tran
2425 Ne 65th Ave - (call (503) 283-8054)
Eagle Systems
2501 W Fourth Plain Blvd - (call (503) 226-6141)
First Transit Inc
110 Columbia St - (call (360) 906-8770)
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Flying V Inc
1417 Ne 76th St - (call (360) 750-7811)
Focus North America
1005 W 8th St - (call (360) 694-9566)
Food Express Inc
2850 Nw Lower River Rd - (call (503) 285-6364)
Ftn Transport Llc
13811 Ne 65th St - (call (503) 442-1960)
G & A Transport Inc
PO Box 871603 - (call (360) 624-7790)
Laidlaw Transit
110 Columbia St - (call (360) 906-8770)
Laidlaw Transit Service Inc
208 W 13th St - (call (360) 906-8793)
Lynden Transport Inc
2119 Se Columbia Way - (call (360) 256-2998)
Mary Ann's Transport
2216 Ne 87th Ave - (call (360) 254-6481)
Mvd Transport
905 Se 136th Ave Apt B8 - (call (360) 609-5872)
Noah Medical Transportation Inc
9013 Ne Highway 99 - (call (360) 546-5619)
Peter Transport
14221 Nw 28th Pl - (call (360) 609-9655)
Precision Transport Inc.
17503 Ne 18th St - (call (360) 719-8888)
Puget Sound International
12503 Se Mill Plain Blvd Ste 112 - (call (360) 883-4926)
Robinson C H
3201 Se Columbia Way - (call (360) 695-4547)
Solistics Solutions
10637 Ne Coxley Dr - (call (360) 892-5223)
Transcontinental Express
4503 E 5th St - (call (360) 828-8656)
Viv Transportation Llc
PO Box 821788 - (call (253) 632-9313)
Wagstaff Tranport
1117 Nw 76th Cir - (call (360) 513-8432)
Western Container Transport Inc
609 Ne Repass Rd - (call (360) 694-0979)
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Vancouver Washington Bus Related News
November 23 2014 - Ewen: New Giants Josh Thrower and Jeff Odgers take to the road
New Vancouver Giants Josh Thrower and Dakota Odgers will get a chance for a little bonding time with their new teammates as they head out on the road. The Giants loaded up the bus after their Saturday home game against the Prince George Cougars and set out for a four-game Alberta swing, their first extended trip of the WHL season.
November 12 2014 - Kinder Morgan pipeline debate looms over civic elections in Vancouver area
VANCOUVER - Mixed in with the usual debates about property taxes and public transit, pipeline politics have made their way into Vancouver-area municipal election campaigns, with candidates weighing in on a plan to expand an existing line from Alberta's oilsands.
November 12 2014 - Kinder Morgan pipeline debate looms over Vancouver-area civic elections
Pipeline politics have joined property taxes and public transit in this year's municipal campaigns.
November 08 2014 - Harold Steves, council
Top 3 issues: Affordable housing. Food security. Public transit. Platform: During the past 40 years I championed the Agricultural Land Reserve, the Richmond Trail System, eight major parks and Metro Vancouver’s recent Food Security Strategy.
November 07 2014 - Driver of bus that struck Vancouver teen identified
The Vancouver Police Department released the name of the bus driver whose vehicle struck a 15-year-old girl Monday morning.
October 31 2014 - C-Tran maintenance facilities to grow for bus rapid transit
As C-Tran prepares to revamp its service along Vancouver's Fourth Plain corridor with a bus rapid transit line, the agency is also getting ready for a major makeover at its headquarters.
October 21 2014 - Student struck by Vancouver school district bus
Student hit by Vancouver School District school bus
October 14 2014 - Denver’s Regional Transportation District Deploys InMotion Solutions from Sierra Wireless for Aut
VANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sierra Wireless announced that the Denver Regional Transportation District has deployed InMotion Solutions aboard more than 1,100 buses in its fixed route fleet
October 07 2014 - Could a Vancouver company’s electric bus revolutionize transit systems?
Green Power Motor Company hopes its bus could replace the traditional diesel and the more historic trolly bus. The new bus costs $300,000 more than a traditional diesel, but the company says long-term savings make it worthwhile.
October 27 2014 - Bus tour gives Vancouver councilors close look at streets
With big decisions ahead on how to improve and maintain Vancouver's single largest asset — its streets — members of the city council met Friday morning at City Hall.
October 16 2014 - Musical bus to collect school supplies
The Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools' Band-O-Gram bus will stop at eight locations around Clark County during a Thursday crowd-funding event sponsored by the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington.
October 10 2014 - Earthquakes, like Whitecaps, on shaky ground
Mark Watson happily abused his head coaching powers on Monday, directing the bus driver to take the long route to the hotel from practice, along the beaches from UBC. “It’s always good to be back,” said Watson, a 44-year-old Vancouverite in his first full season as bench boss of the San Jose Earthquakes.
October 10 2014 - Toronto 'working overtime' to get people moving
A comparison of transit systems in five major Canadian cities shows just how much Toronto has fallen behind its peers when it comes to getting people moving. The Pembina Institute, an environment think tank, has taken a close look at the rapid transit that exists and that is being built in Canada's largest city, as well as in Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary. Toronto has the longest ...
October 07 2014 - Toronto lags other Canadian cities in building transit: Pembina report
Torontonians take three times as many transit trips per capita as Vancouver residents. But the West Coast city has built more than twice as much new rapid transit in the last 20 years. A new report released Friday by the Pembina Institute shows that much of Toronto’s success in attracting people to transit is based on old investments in subways and streetcars. But our continuing devotion to ...
October 04 2014 - Two people remain in critical condition following tour bus crash in B.C.
Health officials say two people remain in critical condition following a tour bus crash along a mountain highway in British Columbia. All 55 people on board the bus were injured last Thursday when the vehicle crashed on the Coquihalla Highway as it was heading back to Vancouver from a tour of the Rocky Mountains. Darshan Lindsay with Interior Health Authority says 43 passengers were initially ...
October 04 2014 - TransLink hoping to avoid commuter chaos by painting lineup queues on 99 B-Line stop at Commercial-
TransLink has a “simple, cost-effective solution” it hopes will ease the long lineups that plague Metro Vancouver’s busiest bus stop: painted queue lines. Painted lines and pavement markings will be introduced at the westbound 99 B-Line stop at Commercial-Broadway Station by Sept. 2, TransLink announced Monday.
October 03 2014 - Open house meeting to focus on BRT design
An open house meeting next week will gather feedback on the design of a downtown Vancouver transit station being developed as part of a planned bus rapid transit system.
October 01 2014 - Bus driver cited in June crash that killed Vancouver teen
A charter bus driver was cited Tuesday, following the investigation into a crash that killed a Vancouver teen who was walking to work in downtown Portland.
October 29 2014 - B.C. bus crash injures 56 — five critically — in rollover on Coquihalla Highway
The bus was headed to the Vancouver area from the B.C. Interior and two interpreters were accompanying passengers. RCMP described the passengers as Asian
October 29 2014 - Coquihalla bus crash victims remain in hospital
Hospital officials in B.C. are expected to update the condition today of dozens of international tourists injured when a tour bus rolled over on the Coquihalla Highway Thursday afternoon. The bus was heading back to Vancouver after a trip to the Rocky Mountains when it rolled over, landing upright, around 2:30 p.m. PT, about 30 kilometres south of Merritt.
October 29 2014 - Bus driver barriers to be tested in Metro Vancouver pilot project
Metro Vancouver Transit Police say they're pleased the Coast Mountain Bus Company has agreed to install Plexiglas barriers for drivers on a number of its buses later this year. "The barriers would provide another tool for the much needed protection of bus operators, along with the on-board security cameras, global positioning radio systems (GPS), and emergency alarm buttons," say transit police ...


 
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Vancouver Bus Stops
1000 Block N Marine
Eastbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 9478) (To East)
2600 Block N Marine
Eastbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 10477) (To East)
Expo Center Max Station
Southbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 11498) (To South)
Jantzen Beach Main Stop/ In
Westbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 3029) (To West)
N Marine & Anchor
Westbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 9455) (To West)
N Marine & Expo Center Dr
Eastbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 9443) (To East)
N Marine & Gantenbein
Westbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 9454) (To West)
N Marine & Gantenbein
Eastbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 9444) (To East)
N Marine & Pier 99 St
Eastbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 11829) (To East)
N Marine & Pier 99 St
Northbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 11832) (To North)
N Marine & Portland Rd
Westbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 11006) (To West)
N Marine & Portland Rd
Eastbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 12465) (To East)
N Tomahawk & Jantzen Dr
Southbound Stop In Portland (stop Id 11819) (To South)
 

 
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