The Rural Workforce Transportation Plan was declared complete by the A/GFTC Planning Committee on December 13, 2023. This plan, created in partnership with the Lake Champlain-Lake George Regional Planning Board, is intended to develop a comprehensive understanding of the transportation needs and gaps which hinder workforce participation in the A/GFTC region, identify opportunities to improve connectivity of workers to employment centers, and identify transformative transportation infrastructure projects. A link to the plan can be found here: https://agftc.org/publications/rural-workforce-transportation-plan/
The Adirondack/Glens Falls Transportation Council (A/GFTC), acting on behalf of the Town and Village of Greenwich, is seeking consultant assistance to prepare a joint Town/Village pedestrian and bicycle connectivity plan. The project goal is to examine existing connections and network gaps at the municipal scale and identify opportunities to improve pedestrian accessibility and bicycle connectivity to key nodes.
This Request for Proposals (RFP) seeks responses from interested and qualified professional transportation planning and engineering firms to develop a plan that identifies opportunities for improved bike-ped connectivity, establishes concepts and cost estimates for high-priority projects, and recommends a framework for implementation including realistic funding opportunities. The selected consultant team will work closely with A/GFTC staff, the Town and Village of Greenwich, NYSDOT Region 1, and community stakeholders to complete this analysis.
The full RFP, including submission requirements and deadlines, is available at the link: https://agftc.org/publications/greenwich-bike-ped-plan-rfp-2/
The DRAFT Rural Workforce Transportation Plan is now available for public comment at the following link: https://agftc.org/publications/draft-rural-workforce-transportation-plan/
This plan, created in partnership with the Lake Champlain-Lake George Regional Planning Board, is intended to develop a comprehensive understanding of the transportation needs and gaps which hinder workforce participation in the A/GFTC region, identify opportunities to improve connectivity of workers to employment centers, and identify transformative transportation infrastructure projects.
Comments will be accepted via email to email@example.com until December 5.
Comments will be accepted until September 14, 2023. Comments must be made in writing, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via mail to A/GFTC, 11 South St. Suite 203, Glens Falls, NY 12801. Comments made on social media or over the phone will not be accepted.
NOTE: This document also includes the draft Albany – Schenectady – Troy, NY Air Quality Conformity Determination, which addresses all transportation projects in the Capital Region Transportation Council (CRTC, formerly known as Capital District Transportation Committee) 2022-2027 Transportation Improvement Program and the New Visions 2050 Long Range Plan, the Adirondack/Glens Falls Transportation Council (A/GFTC) 2022-2027 Transportation Improvement Program and 2045 Ahead Long Range Plan, and the Capital Program of Transportation Projects in Greene, Montgomery and Schoharie Counties.
A presentation of the Draft Long Range Plan update, 2045 Ahead, will be given at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 9, 2023 as part of the A/GFTC Planning Committee meeting. The presentation will include an overview of planning principles and future priorities concerning safety, road and bridge conditions, traffic congestion, public transportation, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and more. A recording of the presentation and the draft plan will be posted on this website after the meeting. Please contact A/GFTC at (518) 223-0086 or email@example.com in advance if communications assistance for language translation services, hearing, or visual impairments is required.
To access the meeting, please use the login below:
Time: Aug 9, 2023 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 338 059 8825
The draft Town of White Creek Pedestrian and Parking Feasibility Study is now available for public comment through August 9, 2023. This study examined pedestrian improvements and parking needs near the Cambridge Community Forest and Town Hall area including Rockside Drive and Mountain View Drive. The draft document may be accessed here: https://agftc.org/publications/draft-white-creek-pedestrian-and-parking-study/. Comments may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to A/GFTC, 11 South St. Suite 203, Glens Falls, NY 12801.
A presentation of the draft White Creek Pedestrian & Parking Connection Study will be made at the White Creek Town Board meeting at 7:00 p.m. on July 11, 2023. The meeting will be held at the Town Hall, 28 Mountain View Dr, Cambridge, NY 12816. The presentation will cover draft concepts to formalize parking for the Cambridge Community Forest (CCF) and Town Hall as well as improve pedestrian connections. Following the meeting, the draft report will be made available on this website on 7/12/2023, pending Town Board approval to release the draft for public comment.
The online survey, mock budgeting tool, and interactive map for the A/GFTC Long Range Plan update is now available at this link: Interactive Map Webpage
If you live, work, or travel within Warren, Washington, or northern Saratoga Counties, we encourage you to share your thoughts. The survey and map will be live through June 5, 2023. If you have any questions concerning the operation of the survey, map, or mock budgeting tool, please contact Dan Theobald of Barton & Loguidice at (518) 218-1801, or via email at email@example.com.
Paper copies of the survey are available by calling (518) 223-0086 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your participation!
The Draft Warren County Electric Vehicle Charging Station Assessment is now available for review and comment. (Click here for link). This document provides a general overview of EV charging needs, gaps, opportunities, and challenges for the rural areas of Warren County, New York. Public comment will be accepted until April 10, 2023, via email to email@example.com or mail to A/GFTC, 11 South St. Suite 203, Glens Falls, NY 12801.
On Monday, February 27, there will be a presentation of the initial results of the Queensbury Adaptive Signal Control Technology Feasibility Study at 7:00 p.m. as part of the Town Board Meeting. This study examined the feasibility of new traffic signal control technology vs. traditional signal coordination for the Aviation/Quaker Road corridor. An infographic summary of the study results is available here, and a summary of the benefit cost analysis is available here. For more information about the meeting, please visit https://www.queensbury.net/ or contact Stuart Baker, Senior Planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.