Project Solicitation for the 2019-2024 TIP is Underway!

The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) is soliciting applications for transportation projects that sponsors would like to have considered for funding through Federal transportation programs. Projects selected to receive Federal transportation funds will be included in the 2019-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
View CDTC's 2019 TIP Update webpage for details.

2019-20 Linkage Program Solicitation Issued

CDTC is soliciting for planning projects for funding through its 2019-2020 Linkage Program. Approximately $150,000 has been set aside to support consultant efforts for up to three planning initiatives. Applications are due on Friday, December 14, 2018.

Visit CDTC's Linkage Program webpage for more information.

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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Regional Sidewalk Inventory

CDTC has recently completed a nearly four year effort to develop an overview of sidewalk infrastructure at the Regional level. CDTC has created a GIS-based inventory of existing sidewalk infrastructure in all 77 municipalities within CDTC’s planning area. The primary objective for creating this inventory arose from an increasing emphasis by USDOT to ensure that MPO’s and State DOT’s are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, which requires local governments to develop Transition Plans to identify a course of action to bring deficient pedestrian facilities into ADA compliance. CDTC’s Sidewalk Inventory is intended to be used as a baseline or first step in assisting municipalities with developing a screening process to evaluate ADA compliance of their existing sidewalk facilities. In addition to providing a summary of our regional sidewalk mileage, the inventory will be used to help in future planning projects and programs by identifying existing pedestrian facilities as well as gaps in the pedestrian network.

Pedestrian Safety Campaign and Local Pedestrian Safety Project Awards Announced

Today, New York State announced the beginning of its Annual Pedestrian Safety Enforcement and Education Campaign for the week of June 11th. In addition, New York State announced capital project awards related to pedestrian safety at local signalized intersections and uncontrolled crossing locations. Four Capital District communities will receive a total of $3.44 M in federal Highway Safety Improvement Program funding: the Cities of Albany, Schenectady and Rensselaer and the Town of Clifton Park. Learn more in the press release from Governor Cuomo.

See Local News coverage on the WNYT page.