CDTC produces Geographic Information System (GIS) based maps for use in the planning process.

Click the links or click on the map images to view individual maps (maps open in a new window as a PDF or through interactive mapping applications).

CDTC's most popular map provides a detailed view of the 40 plus mile portion of the NYS Canalway Trail in the Capital District. The trail extends north from Albany to Cohoes and west to Schenectady and Rotterdam Junction. The facility is a combination of on-road signed and off-road paved sections.

Print copies of this map are no longer available.

The 2nd edition of CDTC’s Regional Bike-Hike Trail Map was produced in 2006. The map contains many of the nature, hiking, multi-use and off and on-road bicycle routes and trails within CDTC's 4 County Region.

Print copies of this map are no longer available.

This map displays active and completed Linkage Program planning studies in the CDTC MPO planning area. By clicking on the study area boundaries you can view information related to the study and the products of completed planning studies.

This map displays the 2016-2021 TIP (Transportation Improvement Program) projects in the CDTC MPO planning area. Points represent bridge and intersection projects. Lines represent road and trail projects.

Priority Network Maps

CDTC has been utilizing priority networks in planning and project programming since they were originally developed by New Visions task forces for the 1997 regional transportation plan. Priority Networks exist for bicyclists and pedestrians, freight, intelligent transportation systems and transit. These networks are used in CDTC’s merit evaluation of Transportation Improvement Program project proposals and improvements to them are made as described in the white papers for each topic supporting New Visions 2040.