Capital-Saratoga Page


The Capital-Saratoga region is one of the oldest settled regions in North America, with Albany, the capital of New York State, being founded by Dutch settlers in 1624, the same year as New York City.  Albany, Schenectady, and Troy comprise a tri-city area with a population of about 600,000, and the cities are located about two hours north of New York, two hours east of Syracuse, and four hours south of Montreal.  Glens Falls is located just south of the Adirondack Park, about 45 minutes north of Albany, and has a population of about 40,000.  Click on the links below to see photos of buses in Albany and Glens Falls.


Capital District Transportation Authority (19 photos)


Greater Glens Falls Transit (4 photos)