C-TRAN Board approves next stage for Mill Plain Vine

C-TRAN Board approves next stage for Mill Plain Vine

The vote will enable the next coach fast Transit line for Vancouver to go into the style stage

VANCOUVER — C-TRAN is officially dancing to your phase that is second their want to bring The Vine to Mill Plain.

At its month-to-month conference, C-TRAN’s Board of Directors unanimously authorized the Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) when it comes to Mill Plain path. It’s going to run from the transit that is new near 192nd, along Mill Plain, to Evergreen Boulevard into the current Turtle spot transportation center in downtown Vancouver.

A 40-foot articulated coach is shown only at an end along the Fourth simple Vine. Picture by Mike Schultz

The western end of this line has established some debate, with Vancouver City Councilor and C-TRAN board user Ty Stober saying he might have chosen an even more north positioning.

At’s meeting, Sarah Hitchcock took time during citizen comments to say she would have preferred a route along 15th to Washington tuesday.

“At 12th and Washington you will find four apartment that is low-income,” she pointed away, “two of which give seniors.”

The committee that suggested the LPA determined the Evergreen positioning met a lot more of the requirements that they had set, and left room for the 3rd coach fast Transit line along Highway 99 as time goes on.

Another concern grew up by James Combs, who was simply Fred Meyer that is representing Stores.

“We fear eliminating westbound left turn motions to your shop from Mill Plain, by having an island that is center, may have an important negative affect the Fred Meyer shop company,” Combs told the board. “The store happens to be here four years much longer compared to Glen Jackson … connection. It exposed in 1978.”

This visual shows the Locally Preferred Alternative route for the new Mill Plain Vine path authorized by the board that is c-TRAN Tuesday. Continue reading “C-TRAN Board approves next stage for Mill Plain Vine”