Planning Committee

CDTC's Planning Committee has been delegated by the Policy Board to develop recommendations for action about plans and programs in the Capital Region. The bulk of CDTC's work is undertaken by the Planning Committee and has the delegated authority to approve small-scale changes to CDTC's work program or to the Transportation Improvement Program. Planning Committee members are primarily the designated technical staff to the CDTC Policy Board members.


Officers:

Chair: Steve Iachetta, Albany Airport Authority
Vice Chair: Steve Feeney, Schenectady County
Secretary: Michael V. Franchini, CDTC Executive Director


Planning Committee meetings are open to the public. Contact us to register to speak.

To learn more read the pdfGuide to CDTC (2017).

CDTC's Planning Committee representatives are from the following:

Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga and Schenectady Counties
Cities of Albany, Cohoes, Mechanicville, Rensselaer,
     Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, Troy and Watervliet
Town of Colonie
Albany County Airport Authority
Albany Port District Commission
Capital District Regional Planning Commission
Capital District Transportation Authority
New York State Department of Transportation
New York State Thruway Authority
One at-large member representing the towns and villages
     (the at-large member rotates on an annual basis)
Federal Highway Administration (advisory member)

2017 Meeting Dates and Agendas

Planning Committee meetings are held at 9:30 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month at the CDTC office (unless otherwise specified) and are open to the public. Contact us if you would like to register to speak. 

         2017 Meeting/Mail Out Schedule Including TIP Amendment Submission Deadlines

Planning Committee Meeting Archive

 

Additional archived meeting materials are available on this web site through 2007. Materials earlier than 2007 are available by request. Contact us for more information.

NOTE: Meeting materials available on this web site may not include all materials included in the meeting mail out, such as letters from other agencies and brochures. There may also be materials not available until the meeting, such as handouts and audio-visual presentations.