Neighborhood Traffic Feasibility Study Public Open House - Final Meeting Monday, October 7, 2019 at 6:00 pm ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL, MERCY AUDITORIUM--The final meeting for the Hospital Area Traffic Study will be an open house to view the recommendations, and to talk one-on-one with staff. A technical presentation will also be included, showcasing an overview of the feasibility study. We look forward to seeing you at the Open House. The final document and recommendations are posted; comments are being accepted until November 8, 2019.
Neighborhood Traffic Feasibility Study Public Meeting #2 Monday, March 25, 2019 at 5:30 pm ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL, MERCY AUDITORIUM--The Police Department's Division of Traffic Engineering and Creighton Manning to host a second public meeting to present draft transportation designs, and to solicit another round of review and comment from the public on the various ideas presented for roadway striping and circulation improvements. The draft transportation designs were developed from input provided at the first public meeting, and will undergo further editing as community feedback is collected and reviewed.
Neighborhood Traffic Feasibility Study Public Meeting #1 Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 5:30 pm ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL, MERCY AUDITORIUM--Mayor Kathy Sheehan, the City of Albany Police Department's Division of Traffic Engineering, and Creighton Manning to host an interactive community meeting for a Traffic Feasibility Study for the New Scotland/Whitehall/Buckingham Neighborhood area. A brief overview will outline the study area and draft project objectives. Community members are expected to comment on existing needs and ideas for transportation improvements that will help shape the future traffic patterns in this area.