CDTC's Website is Back!

On February 7, 2018, CDTC's website suffered a catastrophic failure due to circumstances beyond our control. Since that time, numerous individuals have worked to debug and rebuild the content of the website. Staff has also taken steps to ensure that if a failure occurs in the future, adequate backups are in place. 

While we continue to rebuild content, broken links and other glitches may still be present. If you have any problems, please email cdtc@cdtcmpo.org. Thank you for your patience and we apologize for the inconvenience.

Regional Trails Survey to Close April 15th

CDTC continues to collect valuable information on the trails system in the four counties of Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga and Schenectady. Your input will be used to help guide the planning for a growing network of Regional Trails (multi-use paths).

I-787/Hudson Waterfront Corridor Study Comment Period Ends April 13th!

Public comments on the draft report are being accepted through April 13, 2018. Visit the project website at http://787waterfrontstudy.blogspot.com/ to read the full draft report (which includes a study summary).

Email comments to 787waterfrontstudy@cdtcmpo.org or Mail comments to CDTC, One Park Place, Suite 100, Albany, NY 12205.


Bridge New York Program Solicitations

New York State is making funding available for local governments over the next two-years to rehabilitate and replace bridges and culverts statewide. This investment in local transportation infrastructure will support the needs of the traveling public, movement of goods and regional economic competitiveness. The BRIDGE-NY program, administered by the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), is open to all municipal owners of bridges and culverts. Projects will be awarded through a competitive process and will support all phases of project development. For more details and program solicitations please visit the links provided below.

Bridge NY Program

Program Deadlines

Existing Bridge Information Worksheet

Workshops

Local Project Solicitations

2018 Complete Streets Workshop Series

The primary purpose of Capital District Transportation Committee's (CDTC) Educational & Technical Workshop Series is to assist local governments with developing and implementing Complete Streets policies. These free workshops are highly interactive in nature, with the goal of building local capacity to implement Complete Streets approaches, and strengthen relationships between transportation practitioners, other departments, and the community. Key decision makers, stakeholders, and agency professionals learn how to more effectively balance the needs of all users and routinely create and maintain Complete Streets. CDTC is currently soliciting sponsors for the 2018 Workshop Series. Applications are due March 2, 2018. Please visit the Complete Streets Workshop Series page for more information, and application materials.

Local Pedestrian Safety Action Plan

The New York State Departments of Transportation and Health have teamed up with the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee on a first-of-its-kind pedestrian safety campaign in New York State. It provides a $110 million, five-year commitment to improving pedestrian safety across Upstate New York and Long Island by utilizing the Three E's - Engineering, Enforcement, and Education. For more information and application materials please visit the NYSDOT Local Pedestrian Safety Action Plan page.

2018 Technical Assistance Program

The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) and the Capital District Regional Planning Commission's (CDRPC) 2018 Technical Assistance Program is intended to fill gaps in local level planning needs and to enhance capacity to advance projects that resonate with one or more of the Quality Region Principles of the New Visions 2040 Regional Transportation Plan. A quality region considers health, the economy, and the environment within an overall framework of land use planning and transportation policies. Projects that support these principles will help preserve and enhance the Capital District's existing urban form, infrastructure, quality of place; emphasize livable communities and smart growth; consider all modes of transportation, encourage concentrated development patterns and smart economic growth; and protect sensitive environmental resources. Generally, technical assistance provided under this program will be for projects that are well defined and short term in nature.

If your community is interested in receiving services under this program, we strongly encourage you to contact us prior to completing and application to discuss your project. For more information please visit the Technical Assistance Program page.

CDTC Launches Interactive Linkage Program Map

CDTC has launched an interactive map showing the study area boundaries of all 86 of its Linkage Program planning studies. The Linkage Program provides financial and technical assistance to local communities for planning, with particular emphasis on projects that support implementation of innovative transportation and land use concepts.