The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) engages qualified professional consultants to support its work through a formal bid process that may include responding to a Request for Expressions of Interest (REI), a Request for Proposals (RFP) or a Request for Qualifications (RFQ). The CDTC solicits proposals and/or qualifications via the NYS Contract Reporter. Please visit to identify possible funding opportunities offered by CDTC.

Route 4 Corridor Study: Inter-Municipal Update

CDTC seeks Expressions of Interest from qualified firms or individuals to execute the Route 4 Corridor Study: Inter-Municipal Update.  The US Route 4 Corridor Study Inter-Municipal Update was proposed by the Town of East Greenbush, with support from the Town of North Greenbush.  The intended outcome of the Study is a preferred corridor profile, based on a representative public input process that provides a clear implementation strategy to improve transportation operations, and accommodates future growth and development. 

CDTC has made $90,000 available in consultant budget from federal planning funds to support the Route 4 Corridor Study: Inter-Municipal Update. 

Eligible sponsors should submit their proposal by Thursday, October 21, 2021.  Scope of Work, submission instructions, and evaluation criteria can be found in the program description