The city of Troy is launching a new project to make the area more accessible. 

City leaders say the Capital District Transportation Committee will be working with LaBella Associates to go through and audit the accessibility of pedestrian infrastructure on city streets. 

Starting this month, LaBella staff will walk more than 140 miles of sidewalks within the city to assess curbs, sidewalks, pedestrian signals and more. 

They will then come up with a plan to make sure everything is up to par with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

City leaders are also looking for public input.

If you or someone you know notice anything that could be improved, you can contact the city of troy's Commissioner of Planning and Economic Development.