The Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) is the public transportation provider and designated recipient of federal transit funds in the Capital District. CDTA offfers fixed route transit along with several mobility services for those with special needs:

For Schedules, Trip Planning and other CDTA information, visit CDTA's Website.

Access Transit is a subsidiary of CDTA which brokers transportation for Medicaid clients in the Capital District.

Star (Special Transit Available by Request) is a paratransit serivce offering transportation alternatives to people that are unable to use CDTA's fixed-route bus system because of disability or impairment.

Travel Trainers help people to become successful transit users by providing information and support in a one-on-one instructor assistance.

For more information about CDTA and its services, visit CDTA's website or call the CDTA Customer Service Center: (518) 482-8822.