Capital Coexist is a localized bicycle and pedestrian safety campaign and resource clearinghouse developed in response to feedback received after completing the Albany Bicycle Master Plan. It has safety tips for bicyclists, pedestrians, and drivers, as well as information about current bicycle and pedestrian-related transportation projects, events and educational materials.

Bicycle & Pedestrian Education Series

CDTC offers webinars developed by the Association of Pedestrian & Bicycle Professionals (APBP), Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Pedestrian & Bicycle Information Center (PBIC), and Transportation Research Board (TRB) throughout the year. These webinars and other educational opportunities are valuable for public and private sector planners, engineers, and designers to advance transportation planning and engineering in the Capital Region. Professional development and continuing education credits are available. The schedule will be updated as new educational opportunities are announced. 

Walk & Roll to School with CDTC in 2022!

This year, organize a Walk & Roll to School event in your community and celebrate a healthy, environmentally-friendly way to start the learning day with CDTC. Our Walk & Roll to School Toolkit 2022 is full of information and tools you can use to organize a successful event. Watch the information session with past organizers of local walk and bike to school events. Request youth safety, educational, and promotional materials for your events using our online form.

Walk and to Roll to School 2022 Poster


     Capital Coexist Grants

Traffic Safety Ambassador Program

This program, a/k/a the Mini-Grants program, funds projects that: 1) create a positive traffic safety culture in the Capital Region, and 2) focus on at least one group of vulnerable road users and/or emphasis area identified in the Local Road Safety Action Plan. Any local government agency, 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, and law enforcement agency within the CDTC area is eligible to apply.

CDTC is now accepting applications for the 2022 mini-grant program. Interested project sponsors are encouraged to review the materials below.

Bicycle Safety Skills and Maintenance Workshops

This program offers support for local bicycle safety and maintenance education. $5,000 is available to assist local governments, k-12 schools, and not-for-profit organizations in implementing small-scale bicycle safety education and training programs for children and adults taught by instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists, referred to as League Certified Instructors (LCIs).


Local Bike Rescues