Rider Alerts

Operational Plan for February 12, 2019

The National Weather Service has continued its Winter Storm Watch through Tuesday, February 12th for much of the Puget Sound region, including the Snoqualmie Valley.

In anticipation of adverse road conditions and severe weather conditions, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation will operate on a very limited basis. On Tuesday, February 12th Routes will be affected as follows:

  • All North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation and Duvall Demand Response rides have been canceled the exception being for critical needs.
  • The North Bend/Snoqualmie Downtown Loop will start at 8:00 am.  The route will be rerouted after the Cedar and Silva stop and return to North Bend using Highway 202.  This re-route will bypass 384th Ave SE and the Snoqualmie Casino.
  • The Snoqualmie Ridge Loop has been canceled
  • The Cedar Falls Loop has been canceled
  • The Valley Shuttle (Alt. 628) has been canceled
  • The Duvall Monroe Connector has been canceled.

Our primary concern is for our riders and drivers’ safety and if conditions become dangerous, we will close routes including demand response and loop routes.

Make sure to watch our Facebook Page and our website www.svtbus.org.  We will be making updates as conditions change.

Operations Canceled for Monday February 11, 2019

The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued another Winter Storm Watch.  This Winter Storm Watch is effective from Sunday, February 10th through Tuesday, February 12th for much of the Puget Sound region, including the Snoqualmie Valley.

In anticipation of adverse road conditions and severe weather conditions, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation will not be in operation on Monday, February 11th.  If you have a ride scheduled it is canceled.

We will evaluate conditions on Monday to determine if we will resume operation on Tuesday 12th.

Make sure to watch our Facebook Page and our website www.svtbus.org.  We will be making updates as conditions change.

Rider Alert for Friday February 8 2019

The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a Winter Storm Watch, effective from noon Friday, February 8 through Saturday, February 9 for much of the Puget Sound region, including the Snoqualmie Valley.

With a major snow event a real possibility for the for the Snoqualmie Valley, we want our riders to be prepared if we are forced to cancel some or all our routes.

Our primary concern is for our riders and drivers’ safety and if conditions become dangerous, we will close routes including demand response and loop routes.

We don’t want to leave anyone stranded so if you are planning to use our buses after 1:00 be prepared with alternate rides.

If this weather event turns out to be bad as they say it could be, we want our riders to be prepared.

SVT is running behind due to snow & icy road conditions.

SVT is running behind due to snow & icy road conditions.   At this time, all routes are running except for the Duvall, Carnation and Monroe  door to door service.

We will be having limited service to certain areas depending on road conditions and so please call 425-888-7001 to check status of your ride.  If you already have a ride, we will notify you if we cannot access your home.

Recent update on routes as of 8:35

Valley Shuttle bus 629 North Bend to Duvall and back  is now back on route.  The Big Rock area is now being serviced.