The City of Schenectady was awarded funds to work with the community in creating a safer, more inviting and efficient corridor that takes into consideration the needs of all travelers, including pedestrians, cyclists, transit riders and motorists.
The Craig-Main Connection was envisioned as a physical and social bridge to strengthen bonds and empower access in the Mont Pleasant and Hamilton Hill community.
Common Unity Banners
Learn more about how the amazing community organizations surrounding the Craig-Main Connection are leading the change with the Common Unity Banners project on the Craig Street Bridge.
Phase 1 Project Funding Awarded
Schenectady's Craig-Main Connection Project Supported in House Transportation Bill
July 7, 2021
Mayor Gary McCarthy and Congressman Paul Tonko worked to include $2.7 million in federal funding to support improvements to the City of Schenectady’s Craig Street Corridor in the House Transportation Bill.
Crane - Main Intersection
Mayor McCarthy, Assemblyman Santabarbara Announce Crane-Main Intersection Project
July 29, 2021
Mayor Gary McCarthy joined Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara to announce $500,000 in state funding secured for the Crane Street, Chrisler Avenue, and Main Avenue intersection improvement project.
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