Now Accepting Applications for the 2019 Capital Coexist Traffic Safety Ambassador Grants

CDTC is pleased to announce the availability of funding for small scale grants through the 2019 Capital Coexist Traffic Safety Ambassador Program. Capital Coexist is CDTC's bicycle and pedestrian safety education campaign and eligible projects for this funding include bicycle education group rides, helmet rewards, bicycle skills training, development of educational materials and "pop up" events (i.e. infrastructure demonstrations, bike maintenance/repair stations, street events, featured bike/ped educational speakers, etc.). There is a 25% local match with a maximum request of $5,000. The submission deadline is January 31, 2019.

Mini-Grant Guide

CDTC Senior Transportation Survey!

Are you a senior? Do you have transportation challenges? CDTC wants to hear about them. Please complete this 3-minute survey.

Do you have transportation challenges? The Capital District Transportation Committee wants to hear from you! As required by federal law, CDTC performs regional transportation planning, and programs federal transportation funding in the Capital Region of Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, and Schenectady Counties. CDTC is updating its Coordinated Plan looking at the transportation needs of seniors, people with disabilities, and people with lower incomes. The plan will discuss barriers to accessing existing services as well as opportunities to fulfill unmet transportation needs. CDTC wants to include your views in the plan. Please complete this 3-minute survey, or you may send email your comments directly to, or call 518-458-2161 and ask for Carrie.

Bridge NY Awards Announced

On November 13, 2018, Governor Cuomo announced the Bridge NY program awards. Read the full Press Release. To follow is the list of bridge awards in CDTC's planning area: 

• $995,000 to the City of Cohoes (Albany County) for James Street over Eagles Nest Creek

• $987,000 to the City of Rensselaer (Rensselaer County) for Partition St over Quackenderry Creek
• $3.588 million to the City of Troy (Rensselaer County) for Campbell Avenue over Wynants Kill
• $518,000 to the Town of East Greenbush (Rensselaer County) for Mannix Road over Mill Creek
• $497,000 to the Town of East Greenbush (Rensselaer County) for Morner Road over Mill Creek
• $1.189 million to the Town of Sand Lake (Rensselaer County) for Stop 13 Road over Wynants Kill

• $505,000 to Saratoga County for Middle Line Road (CR 59) over Gordon Creek Tributary
• $698,000 to Saratoga County for Hans Creek Road over Hans Creek
• $998,000 to the Town of Charlton (Saratoga County) for Peaceable Street over Tributary of the Mourning Kill
• $713,000 to the Town of Edinburg (Saratoga County) for Fox Hill Road over Little Hans Creek
• $959,000 to the Town of Edinburg (Saratoga County) for Military Road over Sand Creek
• $998,000 to the Town of Hadley (Saratoga County) for Parker Road over Breen Brook
• $863,000 to the Town of Halfmoon (Saratoga County) for South Main Street over Unnamed Tributary to the Hudson River

• $3.287 million to the City of Schenectady (Schenectady County) for Francis Avenue over I-890

New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Throughout The Capital District

Since last fall, five electric vehicle (EV) charging stations have been installed throughout the Capital District by the Capital District Transportation Committee’s Capital District Clean Communities Coalition, with the support of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Five cities were identified in the Capital District Electric Vehicle Charging Station Plan, a report published by the Capital District Clean Communities Coalition in collaboration with its host, the Capital District Transportation Committee, to identify gaps in the current electric vehicle charging infrastructure network. The five locations where electric vehicle charging stations have been installed are the 5th Avenue Parking Garage in Troy, the Schenectady County Public Library on Clinton Street, and the Woodlawn Avenue Parking Garage in Saratoga Springs. Two charging stations were installed by the Capital District Transportation Authority at the East Greenbush Park and Ride Lot on Route 4 and Rensselaer Train Station. Read More...

Take CDTC's Public Road Safety Survey

CDTC is conducting a survey of the general public in support of the development of the Regional Safety Action Plan on what the major road safety concerns are in the Capital Region. The survey is only 3 questions long and will take less than 3 minutes to complete. Your input is important to us!

Take the Survey!

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