|New ‘Valley Shuttle’ connects Snoqualmie Valley Cities - Other Metro Transit changes include Routes 208, 209 and 215|
|Written by Valley View Staff|
|Monday, 14 October 2013 10:39|
Beginning September 30, the new Valley Shuttle travels roundtrip from North Bend to Duvall via Snoqualmie, Fall City and Carnation on a regular Monday-Friday schedule. The shuttle will run every 90 minutes weekdays between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m.
A map of the new Valley Shuttle route is available on the King County Metro website at metro.kingcounty.gov/have-a-say; click "Alternative Service Delivery." Stops in Snoqualmie include Railroad Ave SE & SE King Street, the current Snoqualmie Valley Hospital location and the Snoqualmie Casino.
Route 208 – New
Beginning September 28, new Metro bus route 208 will travel from North Bend to Issaquah through Snoqualmie with all-day hourly service on weekdays and Saturdays.
Route 209 Revisions
Route 209 will continue to operate three peak morning and peak afternoon trips to serve commuters, but will no longer run on Saturdays. During midday on weekdays, riders can take advantage of the new route 208 and the Valley Shuttle service. Route 209 will run in the opposite direction from Route 208 during peak commute hours.
Route 215 Revisions
Route 215 will be revised to bypass the Issaquah Transit Center on the way to Seattle. This service will better meet the needs of riders traveling within the Snoqualmie Valley itself and will offer improved connections to downtown Seattle.
New and changing routes: http://metro.kingcounty.gov/have-a-say/projects/alternative-service/snoqualmie-valley.html (206) 263-3555.
Schedules: http://metro.kingcounty.gov/ or call (206) 553-3000.