CDTC will provide consultant assistance in collecting data on the condition of all sidewalks, curb ramps, street crossings, bus stop loading areas, and pedestrian signals along public rights of way, in addition to multi-use paths. The project will also provide or incorporate, at municipal direction, other requirements including the municipal ADA policy statement, ADA Coordinator, and Complaint or Grievance Process. Applications from municipalities were last solicited in the fall of 2022. Please email us at cdtc@cdtcmpo.org with any questions, or call us at (518)458-2161 and ask for Carrie Ward.

Municipal Self-Analysis and Transition Plan for Pedestrian Infrastructure Application

To date CDTC has worked with the Town of Glenville, City of Saratoga Springs, and City of Albany to create a Municipal Self-Analysis and Transition Plan. CDTC staff previously collected a complete dataset of the locations and materials of all sidewalks within CDTC's planning area, and had forwarded this data to each municipality with sidewalks by March 2018. In 2023, we will be working with the Village of Ballston Spa, Town of Guilderland, and City of Troy.

For additional resources, including materials from the September 2016 FHWA Transition Plan Training for municipalities, see the ADA Resources page.

Visit our nondiscrimination page for information on CDTC's nondiscrimination policies or to file a complaint.

CDTC Self Evaluation and Transition Plan

CDTC's Self Evaluation and Transition Plan analyzes its policies, practices, and procedures. The document contains a nondiscrimination statement as well as a grievance procedure and complaint form. It evaluates CDTC's public meetings policy, its written publications, the office location including access to the office space and toilet rooms, and its website. The Transition Plan specifies improvements CDTC will make or cause to be made, as well as a timeline for those improvements.