Snoqualmie Valley Transportation will be closed for Monday the 3rd 2022 due to poor visibility and unsafe driving conditions. We will continue to monitor weather and road conditions and update this post as conditions change.
Due to icy road conditions Valley Shuttle – Route (629), Ridge Loop, Duvall to Monroe loop, Carnation, and Duvall door-to-door services will be operating two hours late. SVT C (Cedar Falls loop) runs 7,8 &9 are canceledSVT A Down Town loop is canceled from 6AM to 12AM Door-to-door routes servicing North Bend, Fall City, Preston, and Snoqualmie are canceled. We will be reassessing the roads at 5AM and again at 8 AM and will keep you updated on any changes to our services.
We will still provide emergency transportation to riders going to dialysis.
Due to inclimate weather and worsening road conditions all SVT services have been cancelled for Thursday 12/30/21.
In the observance of the new year, SVT will not be operating on Friday 12/31/2021. We will resume’ services on Monday 1/3/2022.
SERVICE UPDATE 12/29/21 7:10 AM
Due to existing weather and road conditions, some of SVT’s bus routes may be experiencing restrictions or delays.
For Demand Response:
Riders with door-to-door rides are asked to meet the bus on the nearest plowed road.
For fixed-route service:
Valley Shuttle Route 629 Northbound is running on time
Valley Shuttle Route 629 Southbound out of North Bend is running on time.
For Loop routes: There will be no deviations on the loop routes unless they are on a plow main arterial.
Duvall – Monroe Shuttle is running 2 hours late
Cedar Falls Loop is running on time
Ridge Loop is running on time
Downtown Loop is running on time.
For the latest update call our office at 425.888.7001
Update 12/27/21 6:35
Southbound Valley Shuttle (Alt 629) will bypass Big Rock Road and continue southbound on Hwy 203 into Carnation. Northbound buses will continue to use Big Rock Road going into Duvall.
Please call if you have any questions 425-888-7001
Rider Alert 12/26/21, 11:40 AM
With continuing snow and cold temperatures in the forecast, SVT may limit or cancel service if road conditions become too hazardous. If this happens, and you have a door-to-door ride we will call to let you know and work with you to reschedule your ride for when conditions improve. You may be asked to walk to the nearest plowed road. We will be posting regular updates on both our Facebook page and our Website (www SVT Bus.org). Route updates will also be sent to the cities.
If your ride is not essential, consider canceling or rescheduling during adverse weather conditions. This reduces the chance for travel-related delays and helps us serve those who must make essential trips.
If you choose to ride with SVT during hazardous conditions, please be sure to have an alternative form of transportation to get back. Though SVT will try our best not to leave anyone stranded, if roads become too unsafe for our drivers to drive on, we cannot guarantee your return ride.
Please make sure you are prepared. Dress warmly, be ready early, and don’t forget to call us at (425) 888-7001.
Southbound Valley Shuttle is running late due to a breakdown.
We are placing another vehicle in service and anticipate about a 1 hour delay.
Heavy SB traffic on SR 203 coming into Duvall will cause the Duvall to Monroe Loop to run late by at least 10 minutes.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Northbound valley is running about 15 minutes behind schedule. It should return to it normally scheduled stops when it arrives in Duvall. Thank you for your understanding.