Planning Studies

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The Capital Region Bus Lane Feasibility Study is a joint effort between Capital District Transportation Committee and CDTA to investigate the feasibility, needed infrastructure improvements, and potential operating policies for bus lanes and other priority transit treatments within the CDTA service area.

CDTA’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Priority Corridor Feasibility Study builds off the success of its existing system and long-term planning at the agency. The study will determine which corridors in the region would provide the most benefit to passengers via changes to the roadway design, service levels, or other transit focused improvements. The study includes data review, corridor identification, and conceptual design, to prepare the agency to pursue funding opportunities to improve access to high-quality transit in the Capital Region.

In partnership with NYSERDA, CALSTART, CDTC and others, CDTA is working to establish mobility hubs throughout the Capital Region. Mobility hubs are locations where different travel options provided by CDTA—e.g., transit, bikeshare (CYCLE), carshare (DRIVE), and/or microtransit (FLEX)—can be interconnected to offer a seamless transfer from one type of transportation to another.