V. PROVISION OF SERVICES
TASK 5.51, 5.52 Provision of Services
This task continues with a scope similar to that shown
in the past. CDTC staff provides a significant amount of technical
assistance to members and other local agencies under Task 5.51 (and to other
parties through Task 5.52, Provision of Community Services) annually, as shown
in CDTC's extensive quarterly report documentation of this work. In 2003-04, this task will continue to
include contractual support of the Town of Colonie's FGEIS implementation in the Airport
area and in the Delphus kill area. More significant, ongoing technical
assistance is programmed for Albany County in connection with its annual
contract with CDTC.
In 2003-04, CDTC will continue to work
with the town of Colonie and Albany County to refine the GEIS statement of
findings to ensure consistency with the current implementation plan. The work will be coordinated with the new
Linkage study for the NY 7 / I-87 area.
TASK 5.61 Project Development Support (TIP funded)
CDTC staff continues to assist NYSDOT Region 1 in an
ongoing fashion in developing traffic forecasts and other material for project
development and design purposes.
Specific support ranges from analysis of maintenance of traffic plans
related to bridge or lane closures to sketch analysis of traffic diversions
from alternative highway routings. This
effort is funded with Surface Transportation Program (STP) as part of the TIP
and will continue at the same level in 2003-04.
Cooperative support of the NYS Thruway Authority's plans
to study capacity issues between exit 23 and 26 (including a potential high
speed connection between the Northway and Thruway) has also require CDTC staff
activity from this budget. A
supplemental contract with the Thruway Authority will allow CDTC to enhance the
VISUM model for the Thruway corridor, including refined toll pricing
relationships. The progress of this
study has been slower than anticipated but will conclude in 2003-04.
5.57 Commuter Support Services
CDTC's carpool/bus/bike/walk "Guaranteed Ride
Home" program and Commuter Register program will continue. As a pilot program, the Guaranteed Ride Home
program was enhanced by engaging Access Transit to broker taxi services for
NYSDEC carpool and non-CDTA bus users. CDTC will continually improve the
Internet capabilities of the Commuter Register, provide paper copies as
requested and seek employer access for publicity. Publicity and promotion of the Commuter
Register and Guaranteed Ride Home programs will be coordinated with major
overtures to NYSDEC and other downtown Albany employers. Ongoing telephone surveys of listers will
continue; this survey has provided CDTC with a long (ten+ year) time series of
data regarding success rates, and the nature and duration of carpools.
5.60 Public Transit Planning
CDTC staff will be continue to be
active in assisting CDTA and its consultants in exploring alternative ways of
implementing the New Visions recommendations.
5.62 NY 5 Corridor Support
The NY 5 Land Use and Transportation Concepts Plan was
completed in 2001, culminating in adoption by CDTC in October. Additionally, each of the five corridor
municipalities endorsed the study recommendations by resolution, and pledged to
work with CDTC, NYSDOT and CDTA on implementation activities. For 2003-04, implementation activities will
include regular meetings of a NY 5 Corridor Coalition; work by a Bus Rapid
Transit / Street Design Committee; and completion of the zoning effort begun in
2002-03 under task 5.84.
TASK 5.63 Travel Demand Management Initiative (implementation
as TIP project)
This project is led by CDTA with CDTC staff
assistance. In 2001-02, a key milestone
was reached through the agreement of NYSDEC and its labor unions to participate
in a transit incentive program funded through the TDM project on the TIP. Approximately 80 DEC employees received
coupons towards discount fares on non-CDTA commuter bus operations. This pilot program was evaluated in 2002-03
and recommendations prepared for a follow-up pilot of greater depth. A new pilot was started in late 2002
requiring participants to give up their downtown parking spaces and providing
occasional-use spaces in a city lot.
Exploration of broader coverage will occur in 2003-04.
TASK 5.64 Public
Relations Training for Implementing Agencies (completed)
TASK 5.67 Linkage
This task supports staff activity on a
number of Linkage Program projects that do not involve direct CDTC technical
work. Activity under this category
includes work with project sponsors to develop requests for proposal, evaluate
proposals, select consultants, develop contracts, participate in study advisory
committees, monitor work progress and solicit and evaluate proposals for future
Linkage Program projects. The many
concurrent studies and heavy reliance upon CDTC staff for the development of
consultant scopes and management of consultant contracts has led to an increase
in the staff support budget for 2003-04.
In February 2002, CDTC established an
ongoing "Community / Transportation
Planning Group" to meet regularly and review progress on the many Linkage
and related local planning efforts. This
group will continue to meet in 2003-04.
TASK 5.68 Pinebush Study
The draft report was
reviewed and refined in 2002-03. A final
draft will be circulated and completed in the spring of 2003. The 2003-08 TIP reflects the recommendations
of the updated study, including the conversion of the New Karner Rd. TIP
project from a widening to a intersection project with environmental aspects..
TASK 5.71 I-787
Truck Route Assessment (completed)
A draft report was prepared
in February 2002. This task will be
completed by March or April 2002.
TASK 5.73 Central-State Street Plan
TASK 5.74 Glenville Town Center
Master Plan (completion expected by 3/31/03)
TASK 5.75 Albany Intermodal Center
Planning Study / North Albany
Waterfront Study (completed)
TASK 5.76 Route
470 Linkage Project, Cohoes (completed)
This Linkage project
provided for a planning study of the Route 470 Corridor between the
intersection of Columbia Street/Central Avenue and the terminus of Ontario Street at the Cohoes-Troy Bridge. The study focuses on assessing the land use
and transportation conditions/impacts of the arterial and complement
redevelopment efforts in the North Mohawk Street corridor. The study
considers the market potential of various sites in the corridor, transportation
improvements to support the possible land uses, enhancements to support
transit, pedestrian, and bicycle access, traffic mitigation strategies, and
at-grade rail crossing condition.
The consultant anticipates
that the study will be concluded in early 2002.
TASK 5.77 Hoosick Street
Integration Project (carryover)
This Linkage project will
develop a plan that addresses the land use and transportation strategies
identified in the recent Clough Harbour Hoosick Street Corridor Study on a
nearly site by site basis throughout the corridor. This will provide a greater level of detail
than the original corridor study that identified strategies for three
generalized planning areas. The proposed
plan will validate the feasibility of the identified transportation
improvements and implement land use controls to facilitate and complement
them. It will also provide Troy with the necessary guidance
to ensure that developers and potential redevelopers are aware of the
recommended strategies for the corridor and that they are implemented in a
A consultant will be retained in late 2002
and the study will be completed during 2003-04.
TASK 5.79 McKownville
Corridor Study (to be completed by 3/31/03)
TASK 5.80 Malta: DISTRICT Program
(to be completed by 3/31/03)
5.81 Troy: Lansingburgh 112th St. Corridor Study (carryover)
The city of Troy will administer a Linkage consultant study with CDTC staff assistance
that will focus on the "urban village" of a large commercial /
residential neighborhood in Lansingburgh.
The study will provide a detailed basis for transportation improvement
and enhancement actions, as well as land use decisions to be made in the City's
upcoming Comprehensive Plan and Revised Zoning Ordinance. Focal points include:
1. Linkage to
I-787 via the 112th
bridge, building on Cohoes Route 470 study.
2. Access to
the Hudson River
3. 2nd Avenue Commercial Area
4. 112th St. Corridor
5. 5th Avenue Commercial Area
Proposed new residential development --
examination of new connections and traffic routing
The proposed cost is $90,000 ($40,000
federal, $40,000 local for a $80,000 consultant study supplemented by $10,000
in CDTC staff activity). A consultant
was selected in January 2003 and most of the work will be completed in 2003-04.
TASK 5.82 Glenville:
Freeman's Bridge Road / Dutch Meadows Master Plan (to be completed by 3/31/03)
TASK 5.83 Lawn
Gateway Design (completed)
TASK 5.84 NY
5 Corridor Implementation Tools
For 2003-04, implementation
activities will include regular meetings of a NY 5 Corridor Coalition; work by
a Bus Rapid Transit/Street Design Committee; and completion of the zoning
effort begun in 2001-02.
TASK 5.85 Integrated
Transportation and Community Design (Statewide Shared Cost Initiative)
Because of the
ranging "ownership" of the various issues affecting transportation
and community design, conflicts are unavoidable. Private interests may initiate development
activity that is incompatible with surrounding land uses or the transportation
system. Local officials may pursue
economic development objectives at the expense of infrastructure needs. Neighborhood residents may oppose needed and
beneficial projects. Highway project
designers may have difficulty determining how best to be sensitive to local
issues or the policies of the MPO.
would assign adequate resources to educate players regarding perspectives other
than their own and establish ongoing communication links to increase joint
ownership of issues, encourage problem-solving and establish creative community
and transportation facility design as standard practice in New York.
A major emphasis
will be placed on documenting innovative practices and projects within New York State, supplementing
these examples with a limited number of best-practice results elsewhere. An important product will be an accessible,
attractive document to be made broadly available to transportation
professionals, elected officials and other community leaders throughout the state. The total project cost is $125,000 provided
as a shared cost initiative of the state's twelve MPOs.
administer the consultant effort on behalf of the NYS MPO Association. The consultant was retained in late 2002 and
work initiated in early 2003. The study
will be completed during 2003-04. A
follow-up training effort of $100,000 is also programmed.
TASK 5.86 Capital District Clean Communities
In early 2001, CDTC agreed to
assume the lead role in the Capital District Clean Communities Program
previously provided by Schenectady County. With the benefit of a $20,000 grant from the
US Department of Energy through the NYS Energy Research and Development
Authority (NYSERDA), CDTC staff has facilitated the work of the regional
cooperative program. Efforts will
continue to focus on alternative fuels and provide a forum for CDTA, the Albany
County Airport Authority, local governments and private sector representatives
to explore new technologies jointly. In
addition, CDTC's involvement will assure coordination with regional planning
and programming activities, including TDM, transit and carpooling efforts. Work will continue during 2003-04 after
completion of the NYSERDA contract.
TASK 5.87 City
of Albany: Mansion Neighborhood Parking Study (carryover)
The City of Albany requests assistance in
developing a parking strategy for the Mansion Neighborhood and the Lower
Madison Avenue Commercial District. This
area is densely developed with 2-4 unit row houses and commercial uses along narrow
streets. The area has historically faced
a parking shortage for residents and in light of future residential
development, a strategy must be developed to meet future demand. Alternatives to be evaluated include shared
use of NYS OGS parking facilities, conversion of vacant lots to parking, use of
public and private alleys for parking, modifications to City parking
prohibitions, diagonal parking and perhaps the closure of a small street for
The majority of the consultant work was completed during 2002-03. Completion is expected early in 2003-04.
TASK 5.88 Town of Ballston &
Malta: Route 67 Corridor Study (carryover)
The Town of Ballston requested
assistance in creating a corridor management plan and a corridor vision along
Route 67 from Exit 12 of the Northway to Route 50 in the Village of Ballston Spa. The function of the transportation corridor
under current and future conditions would be analyzed by developing rough
estimates of future traffic, estimating level-of-service under alternative
system treatments and investigating design options for the corridor. Recommendations would also be made for
service road construction, driveway consolidation, driveway spacing, sidewalk
placement, bike accommodations and typical Route 67 cross-section and
intersection treatment. A visioning
exercise may also be undertaken so as to help define the function and role of
the corridor in the community's future.
The Town of Malta will also
participate, contributing $5,000 above the local funds provided by Ballston to
ensure consideration of the western edge of Malta within the
The schedule for this study was
delayed to allow completion of the GEIS of the Luther Technology Park. Development of the park has implications for
Route 67. Work is expected to be started
and finished in 2003-04.
TASK 5.89 Town
of Charlton: Historic Main Street Improvement Plan (completion expected by 3/31/03)
TASK 5.90 Town
of East Greenbush: Routes 9 &
The Town of East Greenbush requests assistance in looking at possible enhancements
and follow-up community planning activities to use the current Route 9 & 20
project to better serve the community.
The study area includes the entire corridor length within the town. Activities could include exploration of
community structure, site design and access changes that foster the "Main Street" character reflected in the town's recent Enhancement
proposal. The study will be coordinated
with Task 5.94 in Rensselaer.
The study was initiated in fall of
2002. Public charettes were held in
December 2002 and February 2003, with completion of the study scheduled for
TASK 5.91 Town of East Greenbush: NY 151 Corridor Study (carryover)
The Town of East Greenbush requests assistance for a corridor study of NY 151 (Luther Road) from Columbia High School to US 4. The areas
of concern to the Town are vehicle delays when the school opens and closes,
provisions for pedestrian traffic and excessive vehicle speed. These problems have been compounded by the
YMCA opening in March 2002.
The consultant was selected in December
2002. Work will fall mostly in 2003-04.
TASK 5.92 Town of
Guilderland: Fort Hunter/Carman Road Neighborhood Transportation Plan (carryover)
The Town of Guilderland requests assistance in developing a traffic management and
mitigation plan for the Fort Hunter area centered on Carman Road. This area has
experienced a large amount of residential growth over the last 15 years (with
more residential development approved by the town) as well as some commercial
development, all of which have taxed the transportation system. The project will include development of
street layout and conceptual intersection improvements as well as development
of a local bike system and pedestrian facilities plan. This plan would provide support for a
public-private financing plan for transportation improvements as well as being
an integral component of an overall Generic Environmental Impact Study (GEIS)
for the area.
The consultant was selected late in
2002. Work will occur mostly during
TASK 5.93 Village of Hoosick Falls: Pedestrian Linkage Project (carryover)
The Village of Hoosick Falls requests
assistance in developing a plan to help revitalize its downtown area. Concepts would be developed for both
on-street and off-street parking, lighting improvements, pedestrian
connections, and landscaping throughout the downtown area along Route 22 in the
The consultant was selected in late 2002
. Work will be completed in 2003-04.
TASK 5.94 City of Rensselaer: Route 20 Corridor
The City of Rensselaer is requesting assistance to examine the Central Business
District of the City, which is adjacent to Route 9 & 20, in order to
determine what is needed to revitalize that part of the city. The study will also look at ways the City can
capitalize on the tourism from future riverfront development and the other
potential customers that traverse Route 20 each day. The study will be coordinated with Task 5.90
in East Greenbush.
This task will carry over to 2003-04.
TASK 5.95 City of Saratoga Springs: Weibel Avenue/Gilbert Road Subarea Study (carryover)
The City of Saratoga Springs is requesting assistance in developing community consensus
on a future vision for the Weibel Avenue/Gilbert Road area. This area of approximately
225 acres is largely undeveloped but is under intense development
pressure. The "vision" would
integrate land use and transportation policies consistent with the natural and
built infrastructure of the area.
Specific areas to be addressed in the study are land use mix,
circulation patterns, arterial management, street classification/character and
the overall character and pattern of future development. Design guidelines and ordinances will also be
developed to implement the preferred development character and pattern in the
Consultant selection will be completed by
3/31/03. Work will be
undertaken in 2003-04.
TASK 5.96 City of Schenectady: Nott Terrace/Veeder Avenue Conceptual Plan
(TIP funded, carryover)
The City of Schenectady requests assistance in developing a streetscape concept
for the area, based on the recommendations of the Downtown Master Plan, Design
Guidelines for Special Streets. The
streetscape concept will serve as the basis for moving this project forward for
preliminary design and funding. Issues
to be addressed in the study are excessive pavement widths, narrow sidewalks,
marginal street lighting, parking and strip development.
This TIP-funded activity will be
undertaken in 2003-04.
TASK 5.97 Thruway Capacity Analysis Study
CDTC staff will participate as a subcontractor in technical analysis of
main line capacity issues on the New York State Thruway in the Capital
District. This effort addresses the area
from south of Albany to Exit 25 A. The study will examine options for a high
speed EZ-Pass connection between the Northway and Thruway southbound among
other subjects. The study will provide
CDTC staff with the opportunity to calibrate a sophisticated pricing model
(TRIBUT) within the new VISUM modeling package.
TASK 5.98 North Greenbush I-90 Exit 8 Connector Land Use Study (carryover)
R173, I-90 Exit 8 Connector Phase 2:ITS Demonstration, is listed in the New
Visions long-range regional transportation plan under the category of community
enhancement/regional economic development.
The MIS/EPP for this project was adopted by CDTC in December 1999. Since that time, work on this project
continues and involves development of alternative arterial designs and a draft
Environmental Impact Statement.
As work has
progressed, it has been apparent to NYSDOT, Town, County and CDTC staffs that a
more clearly town-articulated land use vision for this important area would be
beneficial in assuring that the investment to be made in this corridor is
preserved and enhanced. To accomplish
this, NYSDOT and CDTC approached the Town with a proposal to use a portion of
the available demo funds to support a town-lead land use planning study that
would explore land use alternatives and access arrangements within the area
around the proposed connector. Funding
would be obtained by shifting a portion of monies already secured for
construction into the preliminary engineering category. This Town-directed planning
study can proceed in parallel to the environmental analysis and other work
being progressed for the I-90 Exit 8 Phase II Connector.
The Town of North Greenbush is committed to first
instance 100% of the total planning study cost of $100,000. The Town will enter into a third party agreement
with NYSDOT which will allow the Town to engage a planning consultant to
complete this study and to be reimbursed for the 80% federal share through
NYSDOT. The purpose of this land use
planning study is to help refine the Town's future land use vision and develop
the tools necessary to shape desired future land use and corresponding
multi-modal access accommodation in the I-90 Phase II Connector Corridor.
The study was
added to the 2002-03 UPWP by amendment.
Preparation of a draft scope has progressed since that time, but the
consultant work is expected to take place in 2003-04.
TASK 5.99 Balltown
Road Linear Capacity and Land Use Refinement Study, Niskayuna and Clifton Park (new task)
As part of
the 2003-08 TIP update, CDTC agreed to work with NYSDOT to accelerate the first
phase of TIP projects SA108 and S96 (Balltown Road and Rexford Bridge), which
is capacity work with the bridge, south through the Aqueduct Rd. intersection
and north through the Riverview Rd. intersection. The design for phase 2 will be deferred for
the present time, with construction deferred to post-2008.
advancing design for phase 2 at the present time (south to River Rd. in
Niskayuna and north to Glenridge Rd. in Clifton Park) and focusing primarily on
community visioning, impact and land use plans in the design work, CDTC has chosen to undertake a visioning
/capacity/access management/ land use planning
study with the two towns as part of the UPWP.
This $100,000 activity is funded with TIP funds to support the eventual
design process for the phase 2 work. The
study will review the regional priority of widening to four lanes for through
traffic, the relationship of the added capacity to local development plans, and
community perspectives on various design concepts for the corridor relative to
community character and impact.
TASK 5.01 City
of Albany: Arbor Hill Gateway Planning Study (new task)
assist the City of Albany with a consultant study to
develop an attractive and pedestrian-friendly gateway for the Arbor Hill
neighborhood at the intersection of Henry Johnson Boulevard and Livingston Avenue. The plan will recommend pedestrian, transit
and/or access management improvements to enhance the safety, comfort and
mobility of people passing through the intersection. It will address the reuse of a vacant
commercial site at the northwest corner as open space or infill
development. It will also recommend
signature elements to immediately communicate to travelers their entry into the
Arbor Hill neighborhood and the historical and cultural significance of the
place. These elements could take the
form of signage, lighting, public art, street trees and/or street
furnishings. Finally, the plan will
provide guidance on any future City/State collaboration to reconfigure the
Total: $20,000 ($15,000 federal, $5,000 local cash match)
TASK 5.02 Town
of Colonie: Route 7 Corridor Study (new task)
assist the Town of Colonie with a consultant study
that will build upon the land use and transportation plan for the Route 7
Corridor (form Vly Road to Exit 6) that was
developed under the 1991 Airport Area Final Generic Environmental Impact
Statement (FGEIS). The study will
examine the remaining land use opportunities in the corridor to better define
arterial management actions for Route 7 and to help define a vision for the
corridor’s function and role. The study
will also identify land use design options that will help the transportation
system in the future, knowing that Route 7 will remain as a five-lane cross
section. The study will also build from
the New York State Department of Transportation’s work in conjunction with the
Exit 6 interchange design. Some of the
objectives of this study are to:
- Collect current traffic volumes to gauge
progress of the FGEIS plan.
- Identify existing and projected development
- Develop a vision of the corridor function.
- Develop zoning and regulatory tools to achieve
- Develop a visual representation of street cross
section and site design.
Total: $80,000 ($40,000 federal, $40,000 local cash match). Additional CDTC Staff Technical Assistance:
TASK 5.03 Village
of Colonie: Streetscape Guidelines and Architectural Design Standards (new
assist the Village of Colonie with a consultant study to
develop Village wide streetscape guidelines and architectural design
standards. Project activities will
include an environmental survey, community meetings to develop a vision for the
Village, and the development of a document containing the recommendations made
in public meetings and the streetscape and architectural design concepts for
the Village. The public will be heavily
involved in all aspects of the study including project scoping, “hands-on” design
charettes or other public meetings, and development of recommended design
standards and guidelines. This would be
a continuation of the planning process already started in the Village through
the development of its Master Plan.
Total: $25,000 ($18,750 federal, $6,250 local cash match)
TASK 5.04 Town
of East Greenbush: Route 4 Transportation/Land Use Master Plan (new task)
assist the Town of East Greenbush with a significant staff
effort to address the present and future transportation needs of the Route 4
corridor from the North Greenbush Town line to Couse Corners. Additional consultant support will be
requested as needed. The area is
experiencing considerable growth and a long-range plan must be developed. A number of traffic studies have been
conducted over the last couple of years for the individual developments
indicating that there is an existing problem.
A long range solution is not within the scope of the proposed
development. Through this plan, the
completed studies will be brought together in order to support the development
of a long-range plan and solution for the area.
Technical Assistance: $50,000
Total: $25,000 ($18,750 federal, $6,250 local cash match)
TASK 5.05 The
Greenway Conservancy for the Hudson Valley, Inc.: Hudson River Valley Greenway
Trail – Rensselaer County (new task)
assist the Greenway Conservancy with a consultant study to analyze potential
route alternatives for the development of a bicycle and pedestrian trail along
or near the Hudson River in Rensselaer County. The proposed trail would begin at the Livingston Avenue Bridge in the City of Rensselaer and would end at the Uncle
Sam Bikeway (between 7th and 8th Street and Middleburgh Street) in the City of Troy. The analysis will include an environmental
assessment (audit) of the corridor, existing conditions and current land-uses
in the corridor, tax parcel information, route constraints, conceptual designs
and drawings, photos and maps of the proposed route, estimated costs of
building the trail (paved or cinder dust) and the estimated timeframe if
construction were to occur. Linkages to
other ongoing trail development efforts in Rensselaer County will also be
considered. Public outreach will be a
Total: $20,000 ($10,000 federal, $10,000 local cash match)
TASK 5.06 Town
of Halfmoon: Halfmoon Center Roadway Improvement Study (new task)
assist the Town of Halfmoon with a consultant study to
further develop the concept of a mixed-use “Town Center” as identified in the
Town’s Draft Comprehensive Plan. The
success of the “Town Center” concept hinges on the
relationship between land use and transportation, both motorized and
non-motorized. The study will include:
- Review of aerial mapping and physical resource
mapping of the area.
- Field reconnaissance to verify existing
physical elements and development conditions in the area.
- Identification of alternatives for location and
geometry of the connector roads and the reconstructed roadways.
- Identification of alternatives for improved and
increased opportunities for non-vehicular elements to be incorporated into
the roadway improvement plan.
- Review of existing land use and potential
changes in land use opportunities as a result of the roadway improvements.
- Development of an overall plan for funding the
Total: $66,500 ($49,875 federal, $16,625 local cash match)
CDTC Staff Technical Assistance: $5,000
TASK 5.07 Town
of Rotterdam: Route 7, I-88, NYS Thruway Exit 25A Land Use & Transportation Study (new task)
assist the Town of Rotterdam with a consultant study to
develop a Land Use and Transportation Management Plan for the
industrial/commercial area in the vicinity of NYS Thruway Exit 25A. Although limited development currently
exists, there has been a great deal of interest from developers due to its
strategic geographic location, the availability of municipal services and the
installation of sanitary sewer service in the next five years. The planning study would develop access
management and driveway consolidation plans for the area as well as zoning and
subdivision regulations that will better integrate transportation and land use. The goal is to contribute to the development
of new economic opportunities while avoiding the common pitfalls that occur
with poorly designed developments and poorly crafted zoning regulations.
Total: $25,000 ($18,750 federal, $6,250 local cash match)
TASK 5.08 W. Haywood Burns Environmental Education Center, Inc.: Patroon
Greenway Trail Project (new task)
assist the W. Haywood Burns Center with a consultant study to evaluate the
feasibility of a bicycle/pedestrian trail between Rensselaer Lake in the Albany Pine Bush and
the Corning Preserve in the City of Albany. The proposed trail will follow along the
Patroon Creek and would connect to the Mohawk-Hudson Bike-Hike Trail which
begins in Albany. The study
will include the development of a trail base map, photographic inventory of
trail opportunities or constraints, tax parcel inventory, an investigation of a
trail crossing over Central Avenue (NY 5) and an investigation
of the type and number of potential trail users.
Total: $24,000 ($24,000 federal, waive of local match as the Center is a