Rider Alerts

Interstate 90 Westbound Closed Due to Landslide

Interstate 90 Westbound is closed due to a landslide.  All traffic is being diverted to Highway 202.  Please note that traffic conditions on Highway 202, Snoqualmie Parkway and Highway 18 Interchange are going to be heavier than normal this morning.  Anyone trying to catch routes #208, #628, #232 or #224 please note there may be delays.  We will update you as changes come in.  Thank you for riding with Snoqualmie Valley Transportation.

SVT is open again – Still Icy out there –

Schools open two hours late with limited transportation, Reminder for student riders to call us if you need to try to reschedule.  Cedar Falls Loop, Valley Shuttle routes, Downtown Loop and Demand Responce will be running today.   Riders may be asked to walk out to clearer plowed areas to catch the bus.  Roads are still full of icy chunky snow in some places and we are waiting for it to warm up again.  For Valley Shuttle we are staying on 203 and bypassing Stillwater and Kelly Rd.

Heavy Snow: SVT Updates

7:30 am – Valley Shuttle Service is cancelled until the roads get plowed. Cedar Falls Loops is also cancelled. Watch Twitter and Facebook for updates or go to SVTBus.org

6:45 am – Valley Shuttle is rerouting OFF Kelly/Big Rock Rd between Carnation and Duvall. Route will stay on Hwy 203.

6:15 am – Valley Shuttle heading toward Duvall is running 40 minutes late. The next Valley Shuttle will be rerouting off 202 (by Snoqualmie Falls) and using Snoqualmie Parkway and I-90 to get to Fall City due to heavy snow.

6 am – No AM Cedar Falls Loops. Downtown Loop is running but staying off 384th. Valley Shuttle is running. Call the office at/after 6:15 for details or watch this space.

6 am – School is cancelled today. We are currently assessing which routes will or will not be running today. Downtown North Bend is plowed so the DT Loop may be possible. Valley Shuttle is running as of this writing.

Freezing Rain Forecast for Friday Feb 3rd

Freezing rain is forecast for the morning of Friday February 3rd, 2017. Please be advised if this occurs SVT and Valley Shuttle Routes could be delayed. Check our website svtbus.org for rider alerts or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

If your area is heavily impacted by the weather please call us at 425-888-7001 to report and get an ETA on your ride.