CDTC and CDTA looking for public participation on bus lane feasibility study
The CDTC and the CDTA are seeking the public’s input on bus lane concepts developed in Albany, Schenectady, and Troy.
There will be multiple opportunities for the public to provide input including an online survey and public open house as well as pop-up events.
the Bus Lane Feasibility Study is in the final stages and will provide insight into how public transportation can be more reliable in the Capital District. The study investigates needed infrastructure improvements and operating policies for bus lanes within the CDTA’s fixed route service area.
Community members can participate in the online survey on the project’s website www.buslanestudy.com/survey. The survey will remain open until midnight on August 26.
Project team members will be gathering feedback from the community at the Troy Waterfront Farmer’s Market in Monument Square in Downtown Troy on Saturday July 30 from 9am to 2pm.
There will be a public open house at the main branch of the Albany Public Library at 161 Washington Ave. on Tuesday, August 2 from 4pm to 7pm.
There will also be a pop-up event at Schenectady Greenmarket at City Hall on Sunday, August 7 from 10am to 2pm.