Where we’ve been

We’ve been quiet lately! That means there’s just not enough news to be active. Shame on us, perhaps, for not being more proactive, perhaps, but we’re trying to be patient and these projects take time.We have been fairly active on Facebook lately, so check us out! https://www.facebook.com/LARBC/?fref=ts  

Win for stuff, win for a walkway.

While no news about the Livingston Ave Bridge is just that, there are instances in which the bridge continues to find it’s way into PLANS. “The Livingston Avenue Bridge is a critical link in New York’s Empire Corridor passenger rail line that could not easily be replaced by a crossing at a different location. The Bridge is at the end…

Albany’s Warehouse District and Connections to the Livingston Avenue Bridge

The western approach of the Livingston Avenue Bridge terminates in an area of Albany referred to “The Warehouse District.” This part of the city, north of downtown, has experienced a great deal of change in the last decade. Restaurants and bars have popped up. Some retail has established itself. New York’s first farm cidery opened it’s doors only five years…

Look what you did!

Did you stop by the LABC table in Washington Park as part of the Albany Bicycling Coalition’s Bike Expo? If you did then you know how successful we were in gathering postcards to send to New York Governor Cuomo. Check out our haul! The next opportunity to join us is right around the corner. Check out our organized ride this…

A place for the Livingston Avenue Bridge Walkway in the Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan

The Corning Preserve Trail Partners Restoring the Hudson is a public/private partnership comprised of many not-for-profit organizations and academic institutions that are working together, in consultation with state and federal agencies, to create a Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan (the Plan) for the Hudson River Estuary, from the Tappan Zee Bridge to the Federal Dam at Troy. To support the…

Albany’s Past and Present Bicycle Tour this Saturday, 9-1, Albany Area Heritage Visitors Center

Join advocates on Saturday May 2, 2015 for a bike tour of the proposed South End Bikeway Link (SEBL) to connect Albany’s Corning Preserve Waterfront to the new Albany County Helderberg Hudson Rail Trail. The tour will  kick off at 9:30 am from the Albany Area Heritage Visitors Center. The eight-mile ride through Albany will highlight a proposed SEBL route and some very interesting and historic sites with commentary at selected locations including…

Celebrate Earth Day by supporting the Livingston Avenue Bridge Walkway cause

Happy Earth Day, everyone! To celebrate, here are a few of my favorite photos of the Livingston Avenue Bridge! What better way to take part in the Earth Day celebrations, even if you’re doing so from your desk or couch, than supporting our cause by  checking off the 7 simple “Take Action” steps we’ve created to promote the restoration of the…