• Resources to Help Navigate Car Week

    August 9 – 18, 2019

    Monterey, CA. – In partnership with the City of Monterey and other local agencies, the Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau created a comprehensive Monterey Car Week packet of resources along with a guide to the events. Monterey Car Week, August 9 – 18, is one of the biggest annual events on the Peninsula. With tens of thousands of visitors expected, traffic and parking will be impacted. Monterey Car Week travel resources are available at monterey.org/carweek to help residents and visitors, and include:

    ·         Alerts on lane or road closures, and parking impacts

    ·         Shuttle schedule

    ·         Daily schedule of events

    ·         Charity benefits and free events

    ·         Mobile-friendly interactive map

                Road closures in City of Monterey will be minimal this year, but expect traffic delays and limited parking. The community is encouraged to use the guide to find alternate routes, as well as to park and walk, and use the free MST trolley between downtown and Cannery Row. Major events in Downtown Monterey and your favorite Monterey attractions are also accessible to pedestrians and bicyclists on the Recreation Trail.

    This year, City of Monterey is excited to welcome back RM Sotheby’s at the Monterey Conference Center, Russo and Steele on the Monterey waterfront and Mecum Auctions at the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa/Del Monte Golf Course.

                Follow along on @CityofMonterey social media, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, for Monterey Car Week coverage and traffic alerts.

    ERIC PALMER

    COMMUNICATIONS & OUTREACH OFFICE

    CITY OF MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 6, 2019

    Topics: Front PG News

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