Snoqualmie Valley Transportation

Transportation Options

Transportation options and resources for residents in the Snoqualmie Valley are unique and varied. Whether one relies on public transportation, needs specific travel accommodations, or wants to rely less on their car, the following information is provided to ensure all residents can get where they need to go.

For comprehensive and up-to-date transportation information visit, The site features filters, such as Valley specific, wheelchair accessible, or medical trip, so that you can find the travel options that work best for you.

If you need additional assistance or can't find an option that works for you, call the Transportation Resources Line at 425-943-6760, Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm for one-on-one transportation planning support.

Options for Everyone to Get Around the Valley:

  • Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT)
    • A transportation provider dedicated to the Snoqualmie Valley. Door-to-door and fixed routes services available to the general public, cover North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation, Duvall, and Monroe. Wheelchair-lift and bike rack equipped shuttles. Call 425-888-7001 for questions or assistance. Services run Monday-Friday.
    • Valley Shuttle, a service that connects riders from North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation, and Duvall using the Metro bus stops.
    • Door-to-Door, requires advance scheduling. Daily routes vary depending on requests from other riders using the shared-ride bus. The service is available to general public, no application or eligibility required. Call 425-888-7001 for scheduling requests.
    • Duvall-Monroe Shuttle, TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED AS OF 1/24/2022, a service that connects riders between Duvall and Monroe. Operates Monday-Friday approximately every 90 minutes, 8:00am-4:00pm. The shuttle is available to deviate from route with a pre-scheduled request. Call 425-888-7001 to schedule request in advance.
  • King County Metro Vanpool
    • Join an existing commute group or start your own commute group. Vanpool is an option for employees to get to and from their jobs in the Snoqualmie Valley. For more information call 206-625-4500.

Options for Older Adults and People with Disabilities to Get Around:

  • Sound Generations Volunteer Transportation Program
    • Volunteer drivers use their own vehicles to provide transportation to people 55+ who need help getting to medical, dental, or other essential healthcare appointments.
    • Rides are available Monday-Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm. To request a ride in advance, call 206-448-5740, 425-888-7001, or 800-282-5815, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.
    • A rider using a wheelchair must be able to self-transfer to and from the vehicle.
  • Sound Generations Hyde Shuttle
    • Shuttle provides door-to-door shuttle service for adults 55+ and adults with disabilities to local destinations or services within Carnation, Duvall, and Fall City.
    • Rides are available Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm. Vehicles are wheelchair accessible.
    • To request a ride in advance, call 206-727-6262, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm, or online at
  • Volunteer Services of Catholic Community Services
    • Volunteer drivers use their own vehicles to provide transportation for older adults 60+ and adults with disabilities to medical appointments, for groceries run, and other errand needs.
    • To request a ride, call 206-328-5787, Monday-Friday, from 8am-5pm.
  • King County Metro Access Transportation
    • A door-to-door van service for people with a disability that prevents them from travelling to a bus stop or riding a lift-equipped bus.
    • King County Metro Access can take riders anywhere a King County Metro bus or Sound Transit light rail covers.
    • Eligibility for the ADA Paratransit Program is required. To determine eligibility for the ADA Paratransit Program, you can visit the website, , or call 206-263-3113.
    • To request a reservation, call 206-205-5000, daily from 8am-5pm.

Options for Youth to Get Around:

  • Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT)
    • Valley Shuttle, a service that connects riders from North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation, and Duvall using the Metro bus stops. Ages 5+ may ride unaccompanied.
    • On all other Loops Routes and Door-to-door services, ages 10+ may ride unaccompanied.
    • Summer Freedom program allows youth age 18 and under to ride fare-free, systemwide, between June 1st and August 31st.
    • Call 425-888-7001 for questions or assistance.
    • An ORCA youth card is available to youth age 6-18. It allows you to pay only $1.50 for your Metro trip including transferring to other services (within a 2 hour window) such as Link light rail, Sound Transit buses, Community Transit and other participating agencies.

Options for Medical Trips:

  • Hopelink Medicaid Transportation
    • A call line that assists in scheduling non-emergency medical transportation to health appointments that are covered by WA Apple Health (Medicaid).
    • Eligibility requires a current Medicaid ProviderOne identification card and residency in King or Snohomish County.
    • Scheduling available M-F, 8am-5pm. To schedule a ride in King County call 800-923-7433, in Snohomish County call 855-766-7433.
    • When calling have Provider One Number, name of medical provider, name/address/phone number of medical facility, appointment date and time, and reason for appointment ready.

Options for People with Limited Income:

  • ORCA LIFT card
    • An ORCA LIFT card provides reduced transit fares on 9 different service providers, including King County Metro and Sound Transit. A person's gross household income must be no more than 200% of federal poverty level to qualify for the card. Upon qualifying, visit an enrollment office with verification documents. For assistance, call 800-756-5437.
  • Subsidized Annual Pass (Cash Programs)
    • The subsidized annual pass allows for King, Pierce, or Snohomish county residents who are receiving ongoing DSHS cash assistance benefits to travel on King County Metro services and Sound Transit Metro services at no cost for up to 12 months. For benefits eligibility visit, or call 877-501-2233. To apply for the subsidized annual pass, call either 800-756-5437 or 877-501-2233.


    • The Find A Ride website is a user-friendly website that can help you navigate a variety of mobility challenges. In addition, there is a COVID resource page to help you find transportation to vaccine sites.
  • Transportation Resource Line
    • One on one assistance with transportation options. Callers will get help determining which services they qualify for, trip planning, and lower fare options.
    • Call 425-943-6760, ext. 2, Monday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm or
  • Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Resources
    • Learn more about how to ride and use SVT's services. Travel Training is offered in one-on-one or in group settings so you can learn more about SVT's routes and get your questions answered. Call 425-888-7001 to schedule a training.
  • King County Metro Transit Instruction Program
    • Free training is available for older adults and people with disabilities. Participants will travel with an experienced instructor, knowledgeable on King County Metro Transit and Sound Transit systems until they are comfortable and confident to travel independently. Eligible individuals include any individual with a disability, any student with an IEP, and older adults 65+. For more information on the different types of trainings available or to request a training trip call 206-749-4242 or submit online, here.
  • Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition (SVMC)
    • The Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition (SVMC) was formed in 2017 and is a network of city staff and officials, transportation providers, human services organizations, non-profits, and riders with the goal of improving the transportation options in the Snoqualmie Valley. If you would like to join the coalition and help advocate for accessible, affordable, reliable, and safe transportation, please visit or .
  • Hopelink Mobility Management
    • Hopelink's Mobility Management team empowers people to change their lives by facilitating access to the community. They can provide travel education with outreach to organizations and offer travel programs, support coordination of special needs transportation, and facilitate coalition work to assess needs to recommend and implement improved services.
  • ORCA Card Information
    • The ORCA Card is accepted on 9 different service providers, including King County Metro and Sound Transit. ORCA Card allows for convenient payment and transfer options. Visit website to see which ORCA is right for you.