We'll Get You There, Duvall
Travel by bus, train, bike or share the ride
Ride the bus
We'll Get You There
Riders in Duvall are served by Metro’s Route 224 and 232, which make trips to Cottage Lake, Redmond and Bellevue on weekdays, with a timed connection to the Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle. See the Valley Shuttle section for more information. To find a nearby Park & Ride, check the list of Duvall Park & Ride locations
Ride Community Van
Metro Transit and the City of Duvall are partnering to provide you with a new way to share pre-arranged rides to popular, local community destinations—Community Van! Driven by volunteer drivers from the community. Community Van picks two or more riders up at stops along the way to the destination.
Community Van Coordinator
Hi, my name is Anne Wright-Cunniff, your Duvall Community Transportation Coordinator. I’m here to help you with transportation in and around Duvall. Contact me if you have questions or want to request a ride on Community Van. I'm collecting ideas for group trips, let me know your ideas for our Community Van. See you soon!
Save gas, parking fees, and the wear and tear on your car. Start ridesharing today—we can help you get connected to other riders.
Ride the Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle
Valley Shuttle service is provided by Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) a non-profit Valley bus company that provide services 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. The Valley Shuttle provides all-day service to the communities of Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, North Bend and Snoqualmie. The shuttle comes about every 90 minutes between Duvall and North Bend, Monday through Friday between 6:00 am and 8:00 pm. Plan your nextValley Shuttle on Metro’s Trip Planner
Pickup and Feeder Service
For those wanting to travel to destinations beyond the fixed route, the Valley Shuttle offers flexible routing in Duvall.
Other transportation options
Metro buses are equipped with racks to carry three bicycles. You may load or off-load your bike at any stop. Many park-and-rides also have bike lockers.
Walking helps lower your risk for heart disease and stroke, gives you more energy—and it’s fun. Include walking as part of your commute.
WorkSmart (telework program)
The WorkSmart program offers workplace strategies to help your company increase employee productivity, improve business continuity and contribute to environmental sustainability.
Disabilities affect each customer's trip in different ways. We can get you started in finding the right service for you.
A free van service providing transportation for seniors and people with disabilities to local destinations in their neighborhood.
Apps and tools
Use the button below to view a list of trips that are provided through Community Van and other neighbors that would like to rideshare. If you’d like to share the ride for any of these trips, email or call the contact listed.
Connect with Metro
Need an interpreter?
If you require an interpreter, please call 206-553-3000 and select the interpreter option (Press 1) from the menu when prompted. Please let the Metro representative know which language is needed. It will take a moment but an interpreter, in the requested language, will join the call. Nearly 200 languages are covered by the translation line. Please note that interpreter calls may take longer.