Valley Shuttle Rider Alert!

The full closure of SR 203 from 8 pm Friday, September 14th to 6 am Monday, September 17 will affect the Valley Shuttle’s schedule as follows:

September 14th (Friday) the 7:55 pm southbound from Duvall will be detoured leaving Carnation at NE Tolt Hill Rd and return to the route at the Fall City Library. This detour will force the route to be approximately 10 minutes late to the Fall City Library.

September 17th (Monday) the 5:35 am northbound from Fall City will detour after the Fall City stop at SE Redmond Fall City Rd & 337th Place SE. The bus will return to the regular route south of Carnation. This detour will force the route to be approximately 10 minutes late coming into Carnation.

If you have any questions or concerns call us at 425-888-7001.

Rerouting during Snoqualmie Rail Road Days

The Snoqualmie Rail Road Days are scheduled to start Friday 8/17 closing Rail Road Ave/Highway 202 at 3:00 pm.  This will affect the Downtown Loop and the Valley Shuttle.

Below is a map of the Downtown Loop’s route during the times that Rail Road Ave/Highway 202 is closed.  The red line indicates the part of the Downtown Loop’s route that the bus won’t be servicing and the green line is the route the bus will be taking.

The Valley Shuttle will not stop at the Rail Road Ave/Highway 202 and Newton stops after 3:00 pm.

If you have any questions give us a call at 425-888-7001.

Valley Shuttle Rider Alert Update!

The full closure of SR 203 has been delayed 2 weeks due to construction issues.

Due to the construction closure, the Valley Shuttle will be rerouted August 27th-28th.  The Valley Shuttle will not be servicing Highway 203 between Carnation and Fall City.  We will be back on route at Highway 203 & NE 40th St. in Carnation.

We will be experiencing delays on the route, please call if you have any questions 425-888-7001.

Valley Shuttle Rider Alert – August 13th-14th

Due to construction closure on Highway 203 at Lake Langlois Rd the Valley Shuttle will be rerouted August 13th-14th.  The Valley Shuttle will not be servicing Highway 203 between Carnation and Fall City.  We will be back on route at Highway 203 & NE 40th St. in Carnation.

We will be experiencing delays on the route, please call if you have any questions 425-888-7001.

Snoqualmie Farmer’s Market Reroute

The Snoqualmie Farmer’s Market (Facebook Page) is scheduled on Tuesdays from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm through August  28th, closing Center Blvd.  This will affect the Ridge Loop runs final 2 rounds.   Below is a map of the buses route during the times that Center Blvd is closed.  The red line indicates the part of the route that the bus won’t be servicing and the green line is the route the bus will be taking  (the X’s are good spots to pick up the Ridge Loop).  If you have any questions give us a call at 425-888-7001.

New SVT Bus Service

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation
PO Box 806
1308 Boalch Ave NW
North Bend, WA 98045

New SVT bus service connects historic downtown with Snoqualmie Ridge

Connecting the neighborhoods and businesses of the city, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation is now providing hourly bus service between historic downtown Snoqualmie and Snoqualmie Ridge. The Ridge Loop starts at the corner of SE Newton and Railroad Avenue, bringing people to events and appointments at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, Safeway, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital and the Snoqualmie Casino.

Catch the Ridge Loop bus at any of its regular stops, weekdays between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. for a $1 suggested donation. Riders can also flag down the bus at any point along its mapped route. The bus leaves downtown Snoqualmie at 7:20 a.m., 8:20, 9:20 and 10:20 a.m., and 12:20, 1:20, 2:20 and 3:20 p.m.

The bus is ADA accessible and also equipped with a bike rack, giving cyclists a faster, safer alternative to pedaling up Snoqualmie Parkway.

Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult to ride the bus.

Learn more about the Ridge Loop, or any of Snoqualmie Valley Transportation’s other services, including a fixed-route loop between Snoqualmie and North Bend, a loop from North Bend to Rattlesnake Lake, door-to-door service throughout the valley (appointment required) and the Valley Shuttle service from North Bend to Duvall, visit www.svtbus.org, or call 425-888-7001.

About Snoqualmie Valley Transportation: Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) is a project of Mt. Si Senior Center. SVT began its services in 2003 with funding assistance from Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, King County Metro Transit, and the Washington State Department of Transportation.

To download a map of the Ridge Loop bus route, click here: http://svtbus.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/SVT_Ridge_Loop_v4.pdf

To download a timetable for the Ridge Loop bus route, click here: http://svtbus.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/R-LOOP-TIME-TABLE-1.png

 

  Do You Love the Valley?

Do you want a job that has a real impact on our community and our neighbors? Are you a dependable person who is good with people? Do you have a clean driving record (no accidents or speeding tickets) and a clean record (no arrests)? Can you pass a drug test?

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation is looking for you!

Full Time, 32+ hours/week, benefits, $16/hr.

No CDL required.

We work hard to make our people successful. You will love this job.

Pick up an application at SVT – 1308 Boalch Ave. NW (behind Chinook Lumber in North Bend)

or download it at  Download our application

Bring your application in person to SVT today!

r you may scan the filled out form and email it to mreinert@svtbus.org

Note: Please do not send your application via US Mail.