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    Snoqualmie Valley Transportation

     

    Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) is a non-profit Valley bus company that performs both demand response and fixed-route service to the people of the Snoqualmie Valley. The services provided by SVT are paid for by WSDOT, The Snoqualmie Tribe, King County Metro Transit, and the Mt. Si Senior Center with help from the City of Snoqualmie and the City of North Bend. All vehicles are wheelchair accessible.

    They are based at the Mt. Si Senior Center at 411 Main Avenue South, North Bend, WA 98045. 425-888-7001. Visit their website for more information.

    SVT offers three different types of services:

     

    Demand Response Service: Picking you up at your location and taking you to your destination.

    • All rides are $1 and the routes cover North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, and Preston with door-to-door service. For example, 'I need a ride from my house next Thursday to my dentist in Snoqualmie'.
    • The Demand Response Service operates between 6AM and 8PM, Monday through Friday.
    • This service is for seniors, riders with special needs, AND also for the general public.
    • Anyone 13 years or older can take this bus. Under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
    • There is a service window of 15 minutes before or after the time we schedule.

     

    The Loop: Circulating through the Downtown Snoqualmie and North Bend core.

    • All rides are $1 and it operates Monday-Friday.
    • Anyone 13 years or older can take this bus. Under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
    • It's not necessary to call for the Loop if you are at one of the regular stopping places, but you can call us to find out when it will be arriving at a place near you.
    • This service is Monday - Friday, and goes in a loop that takes about 45 minutes to complete, to and from some regular locations that have proven to be the most requested sites.

     

    The Valley Shuttle: A regular bus on a regular schedule with a couple of exceptions.

    • The Valley Shuttle is a deviated fixed-route service. That means it travels up and down the Valley but has some time to do extra service at either end. It operates on a timetable.
    • The Valley Shuttle connects riders to Metro bus stops between North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation, and Duvall.
    • The Valley Shuttle operates between 5:35 AM and 9:15 PM, Monday through Friday.
    • All rides are a suggested donation of $1.
    • No need to call if you want to take the Valley Shuttle from bus stop to bus stop.