The Washington Avenue - Patroon Creek Corridor Study is a collaborative feasibility study for the area along Washington Avenue, between Brevator Street and the Eastbound I-90 On-ramp (Exit 2), across from the University at Albany main campus entrance.
This part of Washington Avenue is a major arterial roadway--connecting residential and commercial properties that have grown along Washington Avenue Extension, west of the project area, to Albany's midtown and Downtown core, east of Brevator Street.
The Capital District Transportation Committee, in coordination with the City of Albany and the University at Albany, NY, are investigating this area to identify key opportunities for complete street design elements. Further modifications to the corridor will improve safety and reduce roadway conflicts to compliment the newly reduced speed limit.
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The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Capital Region in upstate New York, developing solutions for the Albany-Schenectady-Troy and Saratoga Springs urbanized areas.
The Washington Avenue-Patroon Creek Corridor Study is funded through CDTC’s 2017-18 Community and Transportation Linkage Planning Program with matching funds from the City of Albany.