Rider Alerts

Limited Service Update 2/7/2020 @ 07:30

Update as of 5:10 am on February 7, 2020,

Due to Flooding and Landslides, the following SVT routes have been shut down until conditions have changed:

1. Valley Shuttle (alt 629)
2. Duvall Monroe Shuttle
3. Door to door route servicing Carnation, Duvall, and Monroe

Cedar Loop will be bypassing Rattlesnake Lake due to water over the road.

 

 

All other routes will be operated with limited service.

If you have any questions and updates call (425) 888-7001 or check out our website and Facebook page at www.svtbus.org.

The Latest Information for February 7, 2020

This is the latest information for February 7, 2020. Due to flood conditions in the Snoqualmie Valley, the following routes will be affected:

The Valley Shuttle (alt 629) limited operations. The Valley shuttle leaving North Bend at 6:45 am will travel to Fall City on the regular route. The bus will not continue to Carnation or Duvall. The bus will leave the Fall City Library stop at 7:13 am and will travel to North Bend on the regular route.
The 8:28 am bus leaving North Bend will travel to Fall City on the regular route. The bus will not continue to Carnation or Duvall. The bus will leave the Fall City Library stop at 8:53 am and will travel to North Bend on the regular route.
We will be evaluating current road conditions and will make changes as conditions warrant.

The Monroe Duvall Shuttle route will not be in operation.

Carnation and Duvall areas Demand Response/Door to Door route servicing the will not be operating.

Please keep checking our Facebook page for updates or call us at 425-888-7001

Valley Shuttle (alt 629) Rerouted Due to Flooding on Highway 202.

Valley Shuttle (alt 628) Rerouted Due to Flooding on Highway 202.

Southbound run leaving Carnation will deviate from the route at Highway 203 and NE 40th St in Carnation. The bus will return to the route at the Fall City Library. This reroute will force the bus to be running approximately 17 minutes late at Fall City.

Northbound run leaving Fall City, will deviate from the route at the Fall City Library. The bus will return to the route at Highway 203 and W. Bird St. This reroute will force the bus to be running approximately 17 minutes late at Carnation.

We don’t anticipate this reroute will be resolved by end of day 2/6/20.

CALL TAKER POSITION

CALL TAKER
One of our amazing, long-time call takers is retiring! This means that Snoqualmie Valley Transportation has a rare opening for a pm call taker. The call taker position is responsible for on-time delivery of service, calling riders, receiving ride requests and timely responses to rider inquiries. As a back up to Dispatch, call taker may be asked to assist with driver inquiries, arranging coverage for service interruptions, and rescheduling rider trips due to other schedule change requests. In order to maximize productivity while maintaining quality of service standards, the call taker must be well organized, personable and efficient. The office must have necessary information readily available, electronically or through posted information or a combination of both and collaborate well to ensure that information is accessible to those who need it in a timely fashion.

Eligible applicants must be proficient in Word, Excel and be willing to learn new software skills, speak, read and type in English. Second language helpful but not necessary. Training will begin in February. Shift will be from 10am – 6pm. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), vacation, life insurance and option for long term and short term disability. Starting pay is $16/hr.

Eligible applicants can find an application form at www.SVTBus.org/jobs or by stopping by the office at 1308 Boalch Ave. NW, North Bend.