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Albany Law School and the Capital District Transportation Authority are happy to announce a partnership to provide unlimited access to the CDTA route network for the law school's students, faculty, and staff.
CDTA service stretches across the Capital Region with local, express, commuter, and bus rapid transit routes that connect residential, employment, and retail areas, educational institutions, and medical centers. In addition, the campus community will have access to CDPHP Cycle!, the Capital Region's first bike-share program with
350 bicycles and
80 rack locations in Albany, Schenectady, Troy, and Saratoga Springs.
How does it work?
Bus: If you wish to use CDTA bus service, stop by the business office and request a Navigator card. Once the card is issued, you will have access to the entire CDTA network at no charge.
Bike: To use the bike service, go to
www.cdphpcycle.com, scroll down to "CDPHP Cycle! Access," and click on "Unlock Your Access." This will bring up a list of schools and business. Choose the Albany Law School plan and register using your @albanylaw.edu email address.