Transportation Plans

Project listings are updated when official changes are made. There are several options for viewing TIP listings as detailed below. The data associated with each project listing is the same in each viewing option.

 Interactive TIP Project Location Map

 Searchable TIP Project Database 

 CDTC TIP ID Number

 DOT PIN

 Regional, Transit and County Categories

 Project Type

Programming Projects for the 2022 - 2027 TIP

CDTC is in the process of updating its Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Federal Fiscal Year period of 2022-2027 (October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2027). Eligible entities, including the New York State Department of Transportation, the Capital District Transportation Authority, local governments and public entities within the Metropolitan Planning Organization boundary, must have submitted project proposals by December 3, 2021. Details on project eligibility, project evaluation, programming processes, and fact sheets on the candidate projects can be found at www.cdtcmpo.org/2022tip.

2019-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a multi-year program of transportation projects that implements the products of the planning process described in New Visions 2040, CDTC's long-range regional transportation plan. Federal regulations require that transit, highway and other transportation improvement projects within the Capital District metropolitan area be included in this TIP if these projects are to be eligible for federal capital or operating funding from the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. The program should also include, for informational purposes, non-federally funded projects and New York State Thruway Authority projects located in the region.

By law, CDTC must update its Transportation Improvement Program every four years as an integral element of a new Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). While CDTC's practice is to maintain a five-year TIP, the STIP covers only the first four years of the period.

TIP Document

CDTC's current TIP was adopted in June 2019 to cover the five-year period from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2024.

2019-24 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Note: Summary tables and project listings in the TIP are not included in the online document.  They are updated frequently and can be accessed below.

TIP Project Listings

TIP project listings are updated when official changes are made. There are several options for viewing the project listings. Note that the project data is the same in each viewing option. 

 Interactive TIP Project Location Map

 Searchable TIP Project Database 

 CDTC TIP ID Number

 DOT PIN

 Regional, Transit and County Categories

 Project Type

NY State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a compilation of all MPO TIP's in the state, plus a list of all federally funded projects or project phases in non-MPO areas.  By law, each MPO's TIP must be included completley in the STIP.

Transportation Plans

New Visions 2050 

CDTC is updating its regional transportation plan through the year 2050. New Visions 2050 will define a shared vision of the region's future and will describe the transportation investments needed to support that vision. The draft plan is available for public review and comment.

New Visions 2040 Regional Transportation Plan

New Visions 2040, the adopted regional transportation plan, guides CDTC's transportation planning and programming decisions. The plan was developed through a multi-year, stakeholder driven process. An Executive Summary, Final Report and topic specific white papers are available.

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The TIP is a multi-year program of federally funded transportation projects that implement New Visions 2040, the regional transportation plan. The current TIP covers the five year period between October 1, 2019 and September 30, 2024. Searchable project listings and an interactive TIP project map are available.

Completed Linkage Program Plans

CDTC’s Community and Transportation Linkage Planning Program (the Linkage Program) provides financial and technical assistance to local communities for land use and transportation planning. Final reports and an interactive planning study location map are available.

CDTC Planning Documents

CDTC produces a number of documents and reports per federal requirements. These reports and plans are developed through objective analysis and public participation, ensuring a transparent transportation planning process.  

Our Partners Planning Documents

State and regional agencies, local governments and other regional stakeholders prepare plans relevant to CDTC's transportation planning activities. CDTC provides links to many of these plans.