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 Saratoga Palio: Melanie O’ Donnell Memorial race and a Half Marathon: September 21,2014 form 7:30am to 12noon
There are two Different Races running at same time. The Following Routes Will Be Detoured.
Rt.50 - (North) Rt.50 to Lt. on West Ave. to Rt. In to the YMCA to Lt. on to New St. to Rt. on West Ave. to Rt. on Church Stay Lt. to Van Dam to Lt. Rt.50 Reg. Route.
Rt. 50 - (South) Reverse.
Rt. 472 - To Rail Station: Reg. route to Rt. Nelson to Rt. High Rock to Lt. East Ave. to Lt. Rt. 50 To Rt. Church St. Reroute (IF RT. OPEN and can make the Rt.) If not Rt. Van Dam, to Church Reg. Route.
Rt. 442 - To Walmart: Reverse.
Rt 473 - ( From The Racino and back to SkidMore) The Road Supervisor will be assisting to get to and from the Racino, do to all Blockages do to the race.
Re-route in Effect due to Lark Fest 2014, Saturday September 20, 2014 -5am-9pm
On Saturday September 20, 2014 beginning at 5am to 9pm Lark St from Madison Ave to Washington Ave will be closed due to the Festival.
13 & 18 Line Westbound: Regular route to Washington and Lark, continue on Central Ave to Left on Henry Johnson Blvd, straight thru Washington Park to Left on Madison Ave, to Right on Delaware Ave to regular route.
13 & 18 Line Eastbound: Regular route to Delaware Ave and Madison Ave, Left on Madison Ave, Right into Washington Park to Henry Johnson Blvd, Right on Washington Ave, to regular route
CUSTOMERS USING THE 13 OR 18 LINES WESTBOUND SHOULD CATCH THE BUS AT WASHINGTON AND LARK BY THE ARMORY.
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.
New Technology Will Enhance Operational Capabilities & Improve Services
The Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) will hold a series of public hearings to formalize the proposed fare products as part of its New Fare Collection System that will feature smart card and mobile ticket technology.
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