The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) is currently updating its Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) to cover the five Federal Fiscal Years (FFYs) between October 1, 2019 and September 30, 2024. The 2019-2024 TIP will provide a list of transportation projects that utilize federal transportation funds in Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga and Schenectady counties (with the exception of the Village of South Glens Falls and the Town of Moreau).
The adopted 2016-2021 TIP will remain in place during the update process.
As of February 2019, CDTC staff has completed the evaluation of 99 candidate transportation projects from state, regional and local government sponsors and is entering the project programming phase of the TIP development process.
For questions regarding the 2019 Transportation Improvement Program update, contact Michael V. Franchini, Executive Director or David Jukins, Deputy Director at email@example.com or call 518-458-2161.
Updated TIP Schedule:
|February 7, 2019||Planning Committee Meeting - Resolve Cost & Scope of Existing Projects and Program Set-aside Projects|
|February 27, 2019||Planning Committee Meeting - Begin New Project Programming|
|March 7, 2019||Policy Board Meeting - TIP Update Status Report|
|March 20, 2019 (NEW)||Planning Committee Meeting - Complete New Project Programming|
|April 3, 2019||Planning Committee Meeting - Approve Draft TIP Document and Begin 60 Day Public Comment Period|
|June 6, 2019||Policy Board Meeting - 2019-2024 TIP Approval|
Project Solicitation (now closed)
1) For project sponsors that submitted 2018 Bridge NY applications to the NYSDOT, if your bridge project was NOT awarded Bridge NY funding and you would like to apply to CDTC for the same bridge project, you must complete and submit the CDTC Project Application below.
2) For project sponsors that submitted 2018 TAP/CMAQ applications to the NYSDOT, if you would like to apply to CDTC for the same project, you can submit your full NYSDOT TAP/CMAQ application with all supporting documentation in place of CDTC's Project Application.
Guidance and Eligibility
Reference Data and Additional Information
CDTC Unit Cost Resources for Federal Aid Projects:
NYSDOT Cost Estimate Resources:
Project Estimating – NYSDOT Highway Design Manual Chapter 21
NYSDOT Quick Estimator
NYSDOT Weighted Average Item Price Report
Pay Item Catalog
New and Replacement Bridge Preliminary Cost Estimating Worksheet
Federal Aid Roads:
National Highway System (NHS) Roads:
2017 Non-State Federal Aid Road Pavement Conditions:
Note: Preventive/corrective maintenance projects typically have a pavement condition score of 6. A pavement can be considered for preventive/corrective maintenance with a condition score of 5 if the previous year the score was 6. Pavements with a score of 7 can be crack sealed after 4 to 6 years of service. Pavements with a condition score of 5 or less for more than two cycles are considered to be beyond preservation and should be considered for rehabilitation or reconstruction.
Safety projects that may be eligible for Highway Safety Improvement Program funds are required to complete Traffic Engineering (TE) Crash Analysis Forms.
HSIP Funding Guidance (2017)
Visit the NYSDOT Crash Analysis Toolbox webpage for the forms and additional details.
Contact us for assistance with crash data.
NYS Strategic Highway Safety Plan
NYS Pedestrian Safety Action Plan
CDTC has been utilizing priority networks in planning and project programming since they were originally developed by New Visions task forces for the 1997 regional transportation plan. Priority Networks exist for bicyclists and pedestrians, freight, intelligent transportation systems and transit.
These networks are used in CDTC’s merit evaluation of Transportation Improvement Program project proposals and can be reviewed in the map viewers below. For each network, click the details tab in the viewer for additional information.
Bicycle & Pedestrian
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)