Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Sync your calendar with WSDOT’s to prep for a busy month

By Harmony Weinberg

Wedding? Family reunion? Camping trip with pals? Wherever your plans take you in August, you should prepare now and plan ahead for some significant traffic impacts. We don’t take planning for major road closures lightly. We work closely with cities and  coordinate as best we can around special events to avoid closures during busy weekends when possible. 

We’ve created the friendly interactive calendar below just for you (and especially for the type A personalities out there like me). So grab your calendar and let’s sync up! Be sure to check this calendar frequently as work plans can and do change. Together we can get through a jam-packed month. By planning ahead you can adjust your travel routes and timing to make sure you aren’t late to catch the bouquet, throw a pie in Uncle John’s face or the last one to snag a campsite.

View the calendar below in Adobe .pdf format for more details.



10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome, thanks for this. I am not a sports fan but I follow the schedules and mark my calendars for these events and road closures to avoid traffic! It'll be even better if we could click on an event and export to our Outlook calendars or something (maybe in the short future...). Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I would love this calendar in iCal our Outlook format so we can add it to our calendar automatically.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Yes!!! Something we can subscribe to in Google Calendar would be amazing. Thank you!

Tou Yube said...

+1

Anonymous said...

Yes please. iCal or a publically viewable Google Calendar.

AML said...

Excellent tie in to my job - very handy and helpful.

Phantom Fox said...

I will print this out and share with all of my employees and I'd like to also suggest that you add it to either a Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar or iCal so that it can be quickly imported by individuals.

Most importantly, Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Adding a vote for a Google calendar!

Anonymous said...

+1 vote on pushing monthly data for Outlook calendar, Google calendar and iOS devices. Even a regular URL with the current month would be helpful (September and beyond...) It would GREATLY assist the local community in planning commute times and weekend plans.

Thanks!

Caroll Gage said...

Awesome! Thank you.