The final bicycle master plan for the City of Albany is scheduled to be presented tonight. From the flyer for the event:
The City of Albany, in partnership with the Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) is finishing a Bicycle Master Plan to identify a network of bicycle routes to help make cycling a more viable way of getting around the City. On Tuesday, October 27th, 2009, the final meeting will present the final plan, concept goals and priorities, maps, and detail graphics to clearly and logically incorporate bicycling into the City and region's overall transportation network.
The presentation starts at 7 pm in the large auditorium at the main branch of the Albany Public Library on Washington Ave.
CDTC has some info about past public bike plan meetings posted online,
though it doesn't look like there's anything posted for tonight's presentation.
Update: here's the final draft report, via daleyplanit.
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