CDTC’s Capital District Clean Communities Coalition is collecting fleet data on operations from January through December 2019! Please Complete the 2019 Fleet Survey to help us put together a snapshot of how much petroleum and greenhouse gas emissions the Capital District reduced in 2019. Your data will help us reflect to the rest of the U.S. all the activity and initiatives happening in the Capital District.

One of CDTC's primary responsibilities is to develop and maintain a long term (20+ year) regional transportation plan. Our plan is currently being updated and we want your input as to how to prioritize transportation investments. Take our funding poll to provide your thoughts.

To learn more about our regional transportation plan update, visit our New Visions 2050 webpage. A summary document is available for your review.

Questions or comments? Contact us at or call 518-458-2161. 

CDTC and the Capital District Regional Planning Commission (CDRPC) are seeking applications for the 2020 Community Planning Technical Assistance Program. The program is intended to offer CDTC and CDRPC staff time and expertise to local governments undertaking small scale community planning initiatives. 

Eligible applicants include municipalities or municipally convened groups (i.e. appointed committees, planning boards, etc.) within the designated planning area of the CDTC, the four counties of Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady and Saratoga (except the Village of South Glens Falls and the Town of Moreau). 

If your community is interested in receiving services under this program, you must contact CDRPC and CDTC prior to applying to discuss your request. Send an email to and provide your name, phone number and a time convenient for representatives to call you. A cash or in-kind match contribution of not less than 25% of the actual project cost is required.

2020 Program Guidelines

Apply by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 3, 2020.

For additional program information including project examples, visit the technical assistance program webpage

Save the Date! On April 2, 2020, CDTC will hold its biannual Tools of the Trade Workshop. This half day workshop is devoted to human service agency transportation providers to hear a range of presentations about grant and funding opportunities, driver recruitment and retention, volunteer driver programs, and Medicaid transportation opportunities. 

Additional information coming soon!

The City of Schenectady, in partnership with CDTC, completed the Craig-Main Connections Linkage Study. 

CDTC's December 2020 Newsletter is now available. The newsletter is published quarterly.

December Newsletter