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           Albany, the Empire State’s Capital City, is at the crossroads of New York City,
           Boston and Montreal. Ideally nestled between the Adirondack, Catskill and
           Berkshire Mountains, it's a destination to discover. Explore downtown Albany –
           there’s something for everyone. (Parking.html)

           Please click here to see other transportation methods.

              From points north – Adirondack Northway (I-87) south to I-90 east to I-
               787 south. Downtown Albany exit 4B (Clinton Avenue), exit 2 (Madison
               Avenue), and exit 3 (Empire State Plaza).
              From points south – New York State Thruway (I-90) north to Exit 23 to I-
               787 north. Downtown Albany exits 4B (Clinton Avenue), exit 2 (Madison
               Avenue), and exit 3 (Empire State Plaza).
              From points east – New York State Thruway (I-90) west to I-787 south.
               Downtown Albany exits 4B (Clinton Avenue), exit 2 (Madison Avenue), and
               exit 3 (Empire State Plaza). If approaching Routes 9 & 20, cross the Hudson
               River on the Dunn Memorial Bridge, then use the Empire State Plaza exit
               noted above.
              From points west – New York State Thruway (I-90) east to exit 24. Follow
               I-90 to I-787 south. Downtown Albany exits 4B (Clinton Avenue), exit 2
               (Madison Avenue), and exit 3 (Empire State Plaza). (Accessibility.html)
   Accessibility | Transportation Options | Downtown Circulator |
                   Accommodations | BID Boundaries

  It's easy to get around downtown Albany and park your car.

  For convenient parking, public lots and garages provide more than 8,000 parking
  spaces within a short walk of downtown destinations. You'll also find more than
  1,200-metered spaces. Meters accept US quarters and dollar coins, and are free on
  nights and weekends. For more information on parking call The Albany Parking
  Authority at (518) 434-8886 or visit their website.

  The CDTA Downtown Circulator Route 16 is a free shuttle running throughout
  downtown providing free transportation from parking areas on the fringe of
  downtown. This service operates Monday through Friday from 6:30 am - 6 pm.
  Contact (518) 482-8822 for a schedule or go to the CDTA website for more
  information. (Parking.html)
Transportation Options
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  There are many different transportation options to choose from when traveling
  to Albany. The Capital City provides a wide range of services in a vast
  transportation system. (Andre)

     Albany International Airport
     737 Albany Shaker Road
     Albany, NY 12211
     (518) 242-2200

     675 Broadway
     Rensselaer, New York 12144
     (518) 462-5770

  Taxi Services
     Capitaland Taxi
     21 Essex Street
     Albany, New York 12206
     (518) 435 – 8888

     Duffy’s Taxi
     151 Montgomery Street
     Albany, New York 12207
     (518) 433 – 8400

     Yellow Taxi
     137 Lark Street
     Albany, NY 12201
     (518) 434 – 2222

     Buzzy’s Taxi
     37 Robin Street
     Albany, New York 12207
     (518) 433-8888
  The Capital District Transportation Authority
  110 Watervliet Ave
  Albany, New York 12206
  (518) 482 – 1167

  34 Hamilton Street
  Albany, New York 12207
  (518) 434 – 8980

  Adirondack Trailways
  34 Hamilton Street
  Albany, New York 12207
  (518) 436 – 9651

  Albany Bus Terminal
  34 Hamilton Street
  Albany, New York 12207
  (518) 434 – 8095
Downtown Circulator
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     Route 16 Map
     Route 16 Schedule – CAN DATE BE REMOVED

     Route 20 Map
     Route 20 Schedule - CAN DATE BE REMOVED
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  Downtown Albany offers various accommodation alternatives -- the Crowne
  Plaza and the Ramada Inn located in the heart of downtown Albany. The
  Mansion Hill Inn and the Morgan State House provide travelers with a unique
  urban style bed and breakfast. Albany County Convention and Visitors Bureau
  has an extensive listing of the areas most comfortable full-service hotels,
  convenient motor inns or motels and bed & breakfast’s.

BID Boundaries
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  Getting around downtown Albany is very easy! The map highlights the
  Downtown Albany Business Improvement District boundaries. The Downtown
  Albany BID boundaries extend Broadway on the east and Eagle Street on the

  and Clinton Avenue to the north and Madison Avenue to the south.
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