Planning Committee

CDTC's Planning Committee has the delegated authority to develop recommendations about transportation plans and programs for the Policy Board. The Planning Committee is composed largely of technical counterparts to the policy members of the CDTC. For example, mayors serve at the policy level while city engineers or planning directors serve on the Planning Committee. The Policy Board has also delegated the Planning Committee authority to approve small-scale changes to CDTC's work program (UPWP) or to the Transportation Improvement Program.

Planning Committee meetings are open to the public. The public is welcome to comment on transportation related issues within the Capital District.To register to speak and/ or to request auxiliary aids or services and reasonable accommodations please contact us at: 458-2161 or cdtc@cdtcmpo.org. Request for aids, services, or reasonable accommodations must be made at least seven business days prior to the meeting.

To learn more read the Guide to CDTC.

Feel free to watch current & past Planning Committee meetings on CDTC's YouTube channel!

 

Officers

Chair
Steve Iachetta
Albany County Airport Authority
Vice Chair
Steve Feeney
Schenectady County
Secretary
Sandra Misiewicz, AICP
CDTC Executive Director

 

View Planning Committee Members (as of August 2021)

Meeting - August 04, 2021

     I.   Introduction

     II.  Visitors’ Issues

     III. Administration

          A. Approved Revised July 7, 2021 meeting minutes

          B. Presentation – CDM Smith & NYSDOT Region-1: “Regional Bridge Program”

     

      Watch the meeting on CDTC's YouTube Channel 

      Meeting transcript

    Action Items

     IV.   Fiscal Constraint Discussion - TIP Summary Table 4

     V.    Local Pedestrian Safety Action Plan (PSAP) Projects

     VI.   2019-24 Transportation Improvement Program Proposed Amendments

           A. SA335, Intersection Safety Improv. at NY 9 & NY 146, Halfmoon

           B. SA336, Intersection Safety Improv. at NY 29 & Rowland Street, Milton & Saratoga Springs

           C. S273, I-890 Rehab from Mohawk River to Exit 3, Rotterdam and Schenectady

           D. SA316, I-87 Resurfacing Exits 15-16: Resurfacing

           E. RG136, State Miscellaneous Pavement Maintenance Set-Aside

               Amendment G is dependent on the approval of F, and amendment H is dependent on the approval of G

           F. T107, Hudson River Corridor BRT: Phase 1

           G. T107, Hudson River Corridor BRT: Phase 1

           H. T137, BusPlus Red Line Upgrades

    VII.  Draft TIP Application & Evaluation Update Presentation

            A. Bridge Discussion Paper

            B. Merit Score Sheet Detail & Summary

       

            C. TIP Project Application Questions - Road  &  Bridge

            D. Preservation Discussion

            E. Draft TIP Packet

            F. Proposed TIP Update Schedule (available at meeting)

    VIII. NYSDOT Safety Performance Measures & Target Approvals

    IX.   CDTC/CDRPC Technical Assistance Program

    Discussion Items

     X.    CDTC Project Delivery Update (available at meeting)

    XI.    NYSDOT Project Delivery Schedule (available at meeting) FFY 2021  FFY 2022

    XII.   Status of CDTC Planning Activities

    XIII.  Status of Planning Activities

    XIV.  Upcoming Meetings/Events  (This is a Tentative Schedule)

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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. 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 complaint to the CDTC by sending your written complaint to Attention: Executive Director, CDTC; 1 Park Place; Albany, New York 12205, or by sending an e-mail to ej@cdtcmpo.org.