Additional Transportation Resources

Additional Resources


    • The Find A Ride website is a user-friendly website that can help you navigate various 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, M-F from 9:00am-4:00pm, or email
  • 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 email
  • Ride United Transportation Access - Crisis Connections
    • Crisis Connections connects people in physical, emotional and financial crisis to services that will be of help. They do this to reduce immediate emotional distress and defuse crises for individuals, families and the community; to reduce the immediate risk of violence to one’s self and others; and to increase the ability of people to access the safety net, particularly for mental and emotional support services.
  • 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 by 9 different service providers, including King County Metro and Sound Transit.  ORCA Card allows for convenient payment and transfer options.  Visit the website to see which ORCA is right for you.

ORCA Transition Update:   If you reload your classic ORCA card (standard blue, ORCA LIFT, or Reduced Fare) at a Safeway or Albertsons store, you need to get a new ORCA card. All Safeway and Albertson's stores will stop reloading classic ORCA cards by the end of December 2022. 

New cards are available for purchase at all participating retailers, ORCA ticket vending machines, or customer service offices. You can find the location nearest you by using the map at You can order a new card online using the myORCA app or at   

More information regarding the new cards and changes to the ORCA retail network can be found at   

[Please note that information may not be up to date based on when this page was last updated.  It is recommended to contact providers directly for the latest updates or visit]

 **This page was last updated on December 8, 2022 **