WebFLOW32 is a program designed to run on Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows
7, and Windows 8 operating systems. You can use WebFLOW32 to create traffic maps
on your own PC. These maps as similar to the ones you find on the WSDOT website
and in the WSDOT regional traffic management centers. You can also see camera images,
displays of variable message signs, and the status of the ramp meters.
WebFLOW32 creates traffic maps by first downloading a small data file from the WSDOT
Internet servers and then fills in a map that resides on your PC. There are several
small files that contain data from Bellingham to Portland. The camera images are
from the WSDOT website and the variable sign images are from the WSDOT traffic data
WebFLOW32 checks for new maps and program updates so you can stay current with the
latest version and features.
- WebFLOW32 requires an Internet connection
- WebFLOW32 has only been tested on Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8
- This version of webflow uses a completely new data format and is not compatible with previous versions.
- WebFLOW32 accesses all of the data that WSDOT generates in western Washington.
- WebFLOW32 includes data that is provided to WSDOT by the Oregon State Department of Transportation (ODOT).
To install WebFLOW32 on your computer:
Click on the link above and choose 'Run' to start the software installation. Follow
the on-screen instructions to install the software. You will need to ignore the
‘Unknown Publisher’ warning.
To run the program, click on the WebFLOW32 icon located in the WebFLOW32 Programs
group on the Start menu.
Answers to common questions can be found in WebFLOW32 Help, which can be accessed
from the ‘Help’ menu inside the program or from the WebFLOW32 Programs group on
the Start menu.