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Title VI Policy

The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, its metropolitan transportation planning process on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or economic status, as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes and regulations. For more detailed information regarding Title VI regulations and CDTC's Plan to address them please refer to the Title VI Plan document linked below. If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination under Title VI or related statutes or regulations, you may file a complaint by completing the formal complaint form linked below and sending your signed complaint to ej@cdtcmpo.org or mailing it to the following address:

Attention: Executive Director

CDTC

1 Park Place

Colonie, New York 12205

Formal Title VI Complaint Form

Title VI Plan

How Do I...

...Leave a comment?

To leave a comment with us electronically click here to visit our comment page. You can also come to one of our public meetings to comment in person, or mail a comment to the address below:

CDTC

One Park Place, First Floor

Albany, NY 12205-1606

...Attend a public meeting?

View the materials at the link below to view our upcoming events, many of which are open to the public.

Event Listings

...Find a list of transportation projects scheduled for my county, city or town?

All federal aid projects scheduled for our four county region are listed in our latest Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) document. To find the listings for your municipality click the link below and choose your area from the dropdown menu labeled "Location". For county or state projects specifically in those locations, use the "Sponsor" drowpdown menu to choose County or NYSDOT.

TIP Listings

...File a Title VI complaint?

CDTC is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, its metropolitan transportation planning process on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or economic status, as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes and regulations. You may request additional information by contacting CDTC as described below. If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination under Title VI or related statutes or regulations, you may file a written complaint with the CDTC by completing this form and sending it to Attention: Executive Director, CDTC; 1 Park Place; Albany, New York 12205, or by sending an e-mail to ej@cdtcmpo.org.

For further details about the scope of Title VI protections and their relationship to the work we perform here, please visit this link to view our Nondiscrimination page, or click the link below for our Title VI Plan.

Title VI Plan

Title VI Complaint Form

...Find out about planning studies in my area?

Planning studies focus research and outreach efforts on a specific topic such as safety, bike infrastructure, freight etc. and offer objective guidance to policy makers on, among other things, the current state of affairs, the options available to them going forward and the implications of particular policy choices. Below are links to several types of planning study, from local linkage studies (tying transportation planning to land use policy) to state planning studies.

Linkage Studies

Regional Planning Studies

State Planning Studies

...Become part of an advisory committee?

CDTC hosts several advisory committees that provide stakeholder input for our many ongoing planning efforts. Currently, the Regional Transportation Coordinating Committee and the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory committee are open to the public. Click here for a listing of our current committees, which includes links to meeting schedules within respective committee pages.

...Access bus information?

To get access to the latest route and schedule information for buses in the region, visit this link to view CDTA's online listings of bus information.