Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Final Draft Report Now Available

The final draft report for the I-787/Hudson Waterfront Corridor Study is now available for review.

Final Draft Report (includes Study Summary) - 8 MB
Appendices - 58 MB

Public comments are due by 5 p.m. on April 13th.

Email comments to 787waterfrontstudy@cdtcmpo.org
Mail comments to CDTC, One Park Place, Suite 100, Albany, NY 12205. 

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Study Summary Now Available

The I-787/Hudson Waterfront Corridor Study Summary is now available for review. The summary document provides an overview of the planning process and study findings to complement the forthcoming detailed draft report. The full report will be available for review following the March 13th public open house at which time a month long public comment period will begin.

Comments may be sent by email to 787waterfrontstudy@cdtcmpo.org or by mail to CDTC, One Park Place, Suite 100, Albany, NY 12205 through Friday, April 13th at 5 p.m.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Final Public Open House Announced

CDTC, the New York State Department of Transportation and the City of Albany are pleased to announce the date for the public open house to share the findings of the I-787/Hudson Waterfront Corridor Study.

When: Tuesday, March 13, 2018 from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Albany Public Library, 161 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12210

Additional details are available in the open house flyer. We encourage you to share the flyer with anyone interested in the study findings. More information will be coming soon!!

Email us at 787waterfrontstudy@cdtcmpo.org if you have any questions.  

Monday, October 23, 2017

October 2017 Update

Another year has passed so what is the latest on the 787 study? Well, CDTC and the study partners, particularly NYSDOT, have spent much of the last year further exploring one long term concept per the scope of work for the project. This exploration has necessitated the use of CDTC's regional travel model and has required a number of thoughtful discussions and analysis with NYSDOT staff.

CDTC and the consultant team, led by CHA, have been preparing a draft report for review by the study advisory committee. The committee should be able to meet in November at which point the public meeting should be scheduled later this fall. Check back for additional updates soon. In the meantime, take a look at this article from the All Over Albany blog posted in August 2017.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

November 2016 Study Update

It's been a full year since the study team released a summary of what was heard at the summer 2015 public workshops. So what's been happening?

The project team has been working with NYSDOT and the corridor communities on the development of strategies and an updated project purpose and need statement to satisfy federal requirements. This has been a lengthy, thoughtful process due to the complexity of the study area that we hope will be coming to an end in the next few months. Check back soon for an updated schedule as the team will be going back to the public in the first half of 2017 with our findings for feedback.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Preliminary Workshop Summary Available

The first glimpse into the ideas shared by the public at two public workshops held in June and through online and Textizen surveys through July 2015 is now available. A two page summary document highlights facts about who attended the workshops, where attendees live vs. where they work and the most used words by attendees in the written comment sheets. A summary of the emphasis areas of greatest interest to attendees is also provided, indicating that access for bicycles and pedestrians and economic development are most important. Additional summary materials will be developed as stakeholder outreach is completed in September 2015.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Textizen and Online Surveys Now Closed

Thank you to the 75+ individuals that submitted suggestions and input in the month of June through our text messaging and online survey tools. Though not scientific surveys, the consultant team will be folding the responses into a broader summary of what we heard at the public workshops. Check back later this summer for updates on the study.