This project will continue efforts to improve ADA accessibility at public facilities throughout the City. This would include ramps at various intersections throughout the City, correct existing sidewalks that have inadequate access for wheelchair facilities, ADA-compliant pedestrian push buttons at City street intersections and also improve accessibility by replacing pedestrian paths of travel that are uplifted, cracked, too narrow, or otherwise out of compliance with current ADA requirements.
Work will be based on a prioritization list developed by the City’s Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Commission. Efforts will be directed towards improving accessibility at locations needed by disabled individuals, with an emphasis on improving pedestrian and bicycle safety.
ADA compliance is a federal requirement and the City is refreshing and updating its compliance standards in this year.
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