Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Northbound Valley Shuttle leaving North Bend outlet mall is running about 10 minutes late. It will return to its regular scheduled timed stops on its Southbound run at 1:04P.M.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Downtown Loop will be running about 20 minutes late for the 6:00 and 7:00 runs. It will return to it’s regular schedule route tomorrow November 5th.
Currently Delayed, Running About 20 Minutes Late
All routes have returned to normal operations. Thank you for your patience.
Due to road construction, the Downtown Loop and the Cedar Falls Loop will be bypassing Park Street and North Bend Way between the roundabouts. If you want to catch either route please meet the bus at the corner of Orchard and North Bend Way, in front of the new apartment building.
If you have any questions please call us at 425-888-7001.
Due to downed trees and power lines across CFR the Cedar Falls loop route will not be going to Wilderness Rim or Rattlesnake Lake. We currently have no estimate on when CFR will be reopened. Crews are working on it now.
Due to a flat tire, the Duval to Monroe first morning run will be cancelled. The second run leaving Duvall @ 9:45 is currently active.
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.
Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) will re-start bus fares effective Thursday, October 1st, 2020.
SVT suspended fare collections in March of 2020 to be consistent with King County Metro’s actions on fare collection.
Though ridership dropped as many riders took guidance from public health officials to stay home, many riders have continued to rely on SVT to access groceries, jobs, medical care, and other critical needs.
As King County gradually reopens, use of transit will expand beyond essential trips, and the need for Metro service, and the funding to support it, will increase.
We encourage passengers to support the health of other passengers and our frontline essential workers – the operators and crews, supervisors, and maintenance staff—by:
- Wearing a mask
- Staying home when sick
- Maintaining physical distance
Visit SVT Alerts page at SVTBus.org to find out the latest news and information from SVT.
In support of local restaurants, the City of Snoqualmie will be closing some city streets from noon on 8/14/2020 through 8/16/2020 for outside dining.
In Downtown Snoqualmie – Falls Ave SE between SE River Street and SE King Street will be closed. Starting at noon, the last stop of the Down Town Loop on Falls Ave will be at SE River Street. The Down Town Loop will return to the normal route at SE King Street.
On Snoqualmie Ridge-Center Blvd SE will be closed between SE Ridge Street and the Snoqualmie Parkway. Starting at noon, the Ridge Loop will be rerouted around the closed area.
If you have any questions please call 425-888-7001