Due to a power outage at our office, SVT is not able to receive or make phone calls, or schedule rides at this time. Our buses are still running on their previously scheduled routes. Thank you for your understanding and we will post on our website and facebook page when power has been restored.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the northbound valley shuttle will be running about 10 minutes late. We expect it to resume its regularly schedule timed stops on its southbound run after Duvall.
The road closure on 203 at Stillwater has ended and the Valley Shuttle routes can resume their normally scheduled times
Metro just posted a blog post announcing the changes coming to the 628 (cancelled as of next Monday 6/22/2020). The 208 is coming back though. Click here to find out more: (https://kingcountymetro.blog/2020/06/17/king-county-metro-restores-some-transit-service-starting-june-22/)
Beginning Monday June 15th both the 628 and the Valley Shuttle routes will be going to the North Bend Premium Outlet stores
Starting May 18th, there was a new Public Health Directive that requires passengers on transit service to wear Masks. Beginning May 26th, SVT will comply with this mandate by requesting both our drivers and riders to wear masks or face coverings while traveling on our buses. SVT drivers will have masks available to riders who do not have one. We trust that all riders will comply to the extent they can, acknowledging that wearing a face-covering poses unique challenges for some. These individuals, along with children under the age of two, are exempt from this directive. It is not always apparent who has an exemption, so other riders should avoid the temptation to police other passengers who are not wearing a mask. People exempt from following this directive is as follows:
Some people do not need to follow this directive, including:
• Children ages 2 years and younger. Babies and toddlers under age two should never wear cloth face coverings.
• Children ages 2-12 years. Children in this age group should only wear a face covering if a parent or caregiver supervises to make sure it’s worn safely.
• Anyone with a disability that makes it hard for them to wear or remove a face covering.
• Anyone who is deaf and moves their face and mouth to communicate.
• Anyone who has been advised by a medical professional to not wear a face-covering because of personal health issues.
• Anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious, or unable to remove the face covering without help.
SVT will reinforce the directive through your ride reminders and when booking your rides. SVT will also have masks on the buses to accommodate riders who do not have one. Drivers and Office staff will continue to provide safety support as well as offer guidance to the best of our ability. Additional information can be found at https://www.kingcounty.gov/…/health/covid-19/care/masks.aspx
The Valley Shuttle has returned to normal operations.
Valley Shuttle (alt. 629) northbound leaving Snoqualmie Casino at 3:07
is currently running: 15 minutes late due to heavy traffic in the Snoqualmie and North Bend area.
We expect to be back on schedule by Duvall stop at 4:19.
Please note that heavy traffic is also affecting the Downtown Loop, Cedar Falls Loop and to a lesser extent the Ridge Loop.
Thank you for your patience!
Big Rock Rd in Duvall is open now. Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) will resume normal operations. There will no longer be deviations off of Big Rock Rd. 4/9/19 5:45 PM