CDTC is federally mandated to prepare and maintain a regional transportation plan (RTP) in order to allocate federal transportation funds to projects and programs. The current plan, known as New Visions 2040, is being updated to include development scenarios, projections, strategies and actions through 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 update process involves three phases. (1) the development of white papers on a range of transportation related topics, providing the foundation for the plan; (2) the development of a preliminary draft plan followed by two months of public engagement; and (3) the development of a final draft plan with a second two-month public engagement process.
Draft updated 3/5/2020
How to get involved in the 2050 Plan
Online at www.cdtcmpo.org: Learn more about how long-range planning works, take surveys, & sign up for our newsletter & email list to get updates on planning initiatives in the Capital Region & comment opportunities.
In person: Invite us to attend your event or present to your group by contacting our community outreach staff.
Become a citizen planner: Participate in CDTC’s Citizen Planner training, plan & hold your own New Visions 2050 meeting with your friends, family, or other community in the Capital Region. A “meeting-in-a-box” will be provided to citizen planners with all the tools & information needed to present & collect comments on the New Visions 2050 Plan.
On social media: Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram to learn about transportation news & when we’ll be out in the community.
Request Printed Material: If you don’t have digital access & prefer information in paper form, you can make that request by calling (518) 458-2161.
Questions? Contact our community outreach staff at NewVisions@CDTCMPO.org or (518) 458-2161.
Draft White Papers
CDTC worked with its Policy Board and Planning Committee, advisory committees and established task forces to develop white papers in 14 subject areas. The draft white papers and supporting materials, including two page summaries, are available below.