CDTA's Blue Line first launched in November 2020 providing service connecting downtown Albany with Troy, Cohoes, and Waterford.
Blue Line service runs along two distinct routes, giving customers more options. One route runs from Delaware/Second Avenue in Albany to Cohoes, while the other route goes from Old South Pearl Street in Albany to Waterford. The Blue Line connects to the BRT Red Line serving Route 5 (Central Avenue) and the Purple Line that will operate on the Washington and Western Avenue Corridor. Once complete, the three BRT lines will create a seamless and integrated system that will produce 10 million trips annually.
Click a point on the interactive map below to learn more information about specific projects.
New Blue Line Stations at Locations Across the Capital Region
LOCATIONS ALONG THE RIVER CORRIDOR
CDTA completed construction on dozens of new BRT stations throughout the Capital Region. These stations feature upgraded passenger amenities, improved branding and visibility, and features such as heated sidewalks, solar panels, and bike racks.
Route 378 Park & Ride
563 BROADWAY, MENANDS, NY
CDTA constructed a Park & Ride facility adjacent to the Route 378 station. This Park & Ride allows for riders to easily transition from their personal vehicle to the BusPlus Blue Line BRT. There will be 83 spaces with four electric vehicle charging stations available to the public, free of charge fees.
Albany County Rail Trail Park & Ride
S. PEARL ST, ALBANY, NY
CDTA constructed a Park & Ride facility adjacent to the Albany County Rail Trail station and the trailhead of the Albany County Helderberg-Hudson Rail Trail. This Park & Ride provides easy multi-modal access between CDTA BusPlus and one of the region's finest multiuse trail systems.
40 HOOSICK ST, TROY, NY
CDTA constructed a new garage facility in Troy, NY to accommodate additional vehicles used for the BusPlus Blue Line.