CDTA provides service advisories to notify customers regarding reroutes or that there may be service delays related to inclement weather, traffic, special events or other uncontrollable circumstances.
Re-route in Effect due to Building Implosion, Saturday August 23, 2014 915a-100p
The City of Albany will be closing streets around State St area due to implosion of a building that will take place Saturday August 23, 2014. These areas will be closed to all traffic starting at 930am until approx. 100pm. CDTA buses will begin reroutes at 915am and will last until the streets are reopened. The following reroutes will be in effect for the following lines.
1, 13, 18, 182, 905 Westbound: - Regular route to State St & Pearl St, Right Pearl St (All pickups will be at Rite Aid) Left Pine St to Washington Ave to regular route.
1, 13, 18, 182, 905 Eastbound: - Regular route on Washington Ave bear left on Pine St, Right Pearl St, (Drop off customers at Ten Eyck Plaza) Left on State St to regular route.
10, 12 Westbound: Leave Broadway & Orange Left on Broadway, Right State St, Right Pearl St (Pickup customers at Rite Aid) Left on Pine St to Washington Ave to regular route.
10, 12 Eastbound: Regular route on Washington Ave bear left on Pine St, Right Pearl St (Drop off customers at Ten Eyck Plaza) Left on State St to regular route.
6, 7, 100 Southbound: Regular route until Ten Eyck Plaza, Left State St, Right Broadway, Right Madison Ave, Left Pearl St to regular route.
6, 7, 100 Northbound: Regular route until Pearl St & Madison Ave, Right Madison Ave, Left Green St, Right Division, Left Broadway, Left State St, Right Pearl St to regular route.
125, 138 Southbound: Regular route until Ten Eyck Plaza, Left State St, Right Broadway, Right Madison Ave (125 & 138 into Madison Stage)
125, 138 Northbound: Regular route
22 Southbound: Regular route until Broadway & Pine St, Right Pine St, Left Pearl St (Drop off & Pickup Ten Eyck Plaza) Left State St, Right Broadway, Right Madison Ave to ESP.
22 Northbound: Regular route until Washington Ave bear left on Pine St, Right Pearl St (Pickup & Drop off Ten Eyck Plaza) Left State St to regular route.
214 Lines Westbound: Regular route until Pearl St Exit from Dunn Bridge, Left Pearl St, Left Madison Ave, Left Green St, Right Division St, Left Broadway, Left Pine St, Left Pearl St (Drop off & Pickup Ten Eyck Plaza) Left State St to Hudson & Broadway to regular route.
114 Lines Regular Route Both Directions
Re-route in Effect due to Construction
DUE TO ROAD WORK ON SAND CREEK ROAD THE 125 ROUTE WILL USE THE FOLLOWING DETOUR
EASTBOUND: SANDCREEK TO RIGHT OSBORNE A LEFT ON EXCHANGE, TO REGULAR ROUTE
WESTBOUND: REGULAR ROUTE TO A LEFT ON EXCHANGE, TO A RIGHT ON OSBORNE TO LEFT ON SAND CREEK TO REGULAR ROUTE
Re-route in Effect due to Cohoes Farmers Market, Fridays 3:00PM TO 8:00PM Starting June13th thru October 3rd
Remsen Street between Ontario Street and Oneida Street will be closed due to the Cohoes Farmers Market, the following detours will be used.
182 Southbound – Remsen street to left on Ontario street to regular route.
182 Northbound – Ontario street to right on Remsen street to regular route.
522 Into Cohoes – Remsen street to right on Ontario street to left on Mohawk street to regular route.
Building Implosion To Affect Service In Morning Hours
Weekend Service Will Visit Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center
Enhancements, Reductions & Time Adjustments For Handful of Routes
CDTA buses will operate on a Sunday/Holiday schedule. Only bus routes that normally operate on Sundays will be in service.
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