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Downtown Vancouver Light Rail Design Open House
The City of Vancouver, C-TRAN and Columbia River Crossing project hosted an open house to update residents,
property owners and businesses about the design of the light rail station area in downtown Vancouver, south of 7th Street.
The open house highlighted:
- Urban design
- Pedestrian connectivity
- Park and ride location
- Vehicle circulation
Monday, September 20, 2010
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Hilton Vancouver (Heritage Ballroom A)
301 W 6th Street, Vancouver, WA 98660
Staff were available to provide information and answer questions. Written comments
were accepted at the
event and can be submitted anytime at
As part of the CRC project, the region’s 52-mile light rail system (MAX) will be extended 2.9 miles from the
Expo Center to Clark College in Vancouver. Trains will travel north along the west side of Broadway Street and south
on the east side of Washington Street between 7th and 17th streets. The train will travel east and west in the center
of 17th Street.
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