Rider Alerts

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.

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network Conducting Survey

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network is conducting a survey to gain a better understanding about gaps in services in the Snoqualmie Valley.

If your organization provides services in the valley, please click here:
Take the Organization Survey

If you are a resident of the valley, please click here:
Take the Community Member Survey

Thank you in advance for helping to improve services and information on these services within the Snoqualmie Valley.

Traffic down to one lane between Snoq Falls and entering exterior Fall City due to guard rail replacement

Traffic down to one lane between Snoqualmie Falls and entering exterior Fall City due to guard rail replacement. Please expect delays on Valley Shuttle and some SVT demand response today between Snoqualmie/Fall City.

Due to Icy conditions Valley Shuttle is rerouted off of Still Water Hill, Kelly Rd, and Big Rock Road, proceeding to Duvall via SR203

Due to Icy conditions Valley Shuttle is rerouted off of Still Water Hill, Kelly Rd, and Big Rock Road, proceeding to Duvall via SR203 until further notice

Cedar Falls Loop PM cancelled

Cedar Falls Road is now closed at Riverbend. SVTCedar (Cedar Falls Loop) is cancelled for the rest of the day today (December 9th, 2016).

Riders using demand response SVT4 North Bend to access Riverbend or Wilderness Rim areas may have to find alternative transportation, we are attempting to reroute through the Uplands. We are calling riders as we speak, please expect a call and/or attempt to reach us if you are travelling to/from the Cedar Falls Road area in North Bend.

Other routes are running slightly behind (Valley Shuttle, SVTB Downtown Loop, SVT3 Snoqualmie, SVT4 North Bend) but are still fairly on schedule. We will continue posting updates here on the site, make sure you are signed up for updates especially via Twitter.


Snow in Forecast

Inclement Weather Rider Alert

Given forecast of snow, some of our routes may be running behind schedule or cancelled. If you are being picked up or are travelling to a location where there may be heavy snow please check in with the SVT office 1-2 hours before your ride to make sure we are servicing your area.

If you are travelling to an appointment please be aware there may be delays. Thank you for your patience.

Major Storm headed for Snoqualmie Valley

Washington State is about to get hit with a series of storms starting tonight. The first brings heavy rain and strong winds along the coast, the second brings strong winds with heavy rain at times, and the third hits us with heavy rains and powerful winds. Right now the system building off the coast is looking as strong as a category 2-3 hurricane. Some models are predicting this could be as bad as the 1962 Columbus Day storm.


In 2006 SVT assisted in evacuating many unprepared Snoqualmie Valley residents to shelters. Please prepare yourself and make sure you have enough food, water, and supplies to last a week or more without power.

During a storm we may be forced to limit our services so please make the necessary preparations. Check back often for updates on our service.

You can follow weather updates at the following links:

King 5 News

Kiro 7 News

If you require emergency assistance during the storm call 911

Other phone numbers you may require:

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation: 425-888-7001

Snoqualmie Police Department: 425-888-3333

Snoqualmie Fire Department: 425-888-1551

Eastside Fire & Rescue (North Bend): 425-313-3200


Comcast Outages During Severe Weather Conditions

Provided by the City of North Bend on Behalf of Comcast:

In light of the anticipated incoming storms, Comcast has activated their incident management processes for the next couple of days. During this time, they will be working closely with our local Power Companies to respond and recover as the Power Companies deem the impacted areas as safe. Visit the below link which will help to explain Comcast’s storm readiness and response as we enter the wet and windy season.


To report an outage or to speak with a Comcast Representative, please call 1 – (800) Comcast or through your “My Account” App which provides customers direct system connections status information without the need for calling into the call center.

Comcast Storm Readiness & Response