Data Viewers

Interactive web mapping applications produced by CDTC's planning partners such as the
New York State Department of Transportation and the Capital District Regional Planning Commission.

Click on the map images below to view individual data viewers (maps open through interactive mapping applications)

NYSDOT Functional Classification & National Highway System Viewer

An interactive map created by the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). The Functional Classification & National Highway System Viewer is an online tool that provides information on roadway Functional Classifications and National Highway System designations as maintained in the NYS Roadway Inventory System (RIS). 

NYSDOT Traffic Data Viewer                                           

An interactive map created by the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). The NYSDOT Traffic Data Viewer is an online tool that provides information on traffic volume data including Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT). Traffic Volume Reports containing hourly data are available for some locations as well.

NYSDOT Construction Projects in Your Neighborhood Map

This map is maintained by NYSDOT and is intended to provide basic information about transportation projects in and around your community for which NYSDOT is the responsible party. You can view the data through an interactive map or use the drop-down boxes to make selections.

CDRPC (Capital District Regional Planning Commission) Interactive Census Data Map

CDRPC's web-based GIS application is used to display and query a collection of demographic and socio-economic data within New York State‚Äôs Capital District. Data is sourced from the US Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS) and Decennial Census.

2016-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Interactive Map

This map displays the 2016-2021 TIP (Transportation Improvement Program) projects in the CDTC MPO planning area. Bridge and intersection projects are displayed as points and road and trail projects are displayed as lines.