Advocating for safe streets and walkable development in Albany

Join us to advocate for walkability in the City of Albany, New York.

Pedestrian safety and complete streets should be a top priority for the City of Albany. Neighborhood and downtown streets should be designed to protect pedestrians and slow traffic whenever it is appropriate. We believe that common-sense tools such as curb bulbs, shorter crossings, pedestrian priority signals, narrow car lanes, safety signage, and other traffic calming designs are essential for saving the lives of pedestrians. Safe spaces for all road users, including bicyclists and alternative transportation options, are essential.

Join our next meeting!

We are now meeting on the third Tuesday of the month, at 6 pm. The location changes, so be sure to follow our social media and join our mailing list to receive the latest updates.

The May 21, 2024 meeting will be held at 6 pm in the Small Auditorium on the main floor of the Washington Avenue Public Library at 161 Washington Ave.

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           Whether you can attend meetings, shovel sidewalks, or just sign onto letters from home, all forms of activity are welcome! We have made a real difference in the City of Albany and need your help to do even more.

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Walkable Albany

© 2024 Walkable Albany, a registered 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization.

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