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.
REVISED 4/12/2022 The Town of Queensbury, in collaboration with A/GFTC, has been awarded grant funds by NYSERDA for an Adaptive Signal Control Technologies Feasibility Study within and around the Aviation/Quaker Road corridor in Queensbury, NY. This feasibility study is intended to identify innovative signal-timing solutions to congestion management in and around the Aviation Road/Quaker Road corridor in Queensbury, New York. The study will analyze the feasibility of Adaptive Signal Control Technologies (ASCT), comparing ASCT to traditional signal timing improvements in terms of efficacy (changes in starts/stops, wait and travel times, etc.), potential reduction in greenhouse gases, ease of implementation, co-benefits, life cycle costs, and sustainability regarding operations and maintenance.
The REVISED RFP can be downloaded here. Please note that the Town of Queensbury is administering this project; all inquiries should be directed to Stuart Baker, contact information as noted within the RFP.
A/GFTC seeks to hire two professional consulting firms to provide transportation planning and engineering assistance to Council staff and member municipalities. Please the the RFP, linked here: https://agftc.org/publications/rfp-transportation-planning-and-engineering-assistance-contracts-2021/
Responses are due to A/GFTC staff by 3:00 PM, Friday, February 12, 2021.
The draft of the A/GFTC’s annual work program is available for public comment between now and February 12, 2019. The UPWP is the annual listing of planned staff activities intended to support and advance regional transportation planning objectives. The draft is available under the Publications sections as the 2019-2020 UPWP (draft). Printed copies are also available on request. Comments may be transmitted to A/GFTC at 11 South Street, Suite 203, Glens Falls, NY 12801 or by email to email@example.com; questions may also be directed by phone at (518) 223-0086.
A/GFTC staff is currently seeking candidate work program projects for the upcoming State Fiscal Year (April 2019 – March 2020). Staff will present project requests received to the Planning Committee at its January meeting for consideration. Please see the attached solicitation: AGFTC planning program_call for projects.
In preparation for its biannual update of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), the five-year roster of planned federal investments in the surface transportation system, A/GFTC is soliciting for candidate federal aid-eligible highway and bridge projects from its participating municipal capital project sponsors. Project applications are due to A/GFTC by December 4, 2018.
The 2018-19 Administrative Update to the Unified Planning Work Program has been approved by the A/GFTC Policy Committee and is available at the Publications page.