ADA Compliance Project Assessment

In fulfillment of implementing regulations of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) has completed its ADA Self-Assessment for Baltimore City. The self-assessment evaluated sidewalks and curb ramps to identify locations where current ADA standards are not met.

At completion of the self-evaluation, the BCDOT will create a transition plan which will help bring the noncompliant pedestrian facilities up to current ADA standards. The transition plan will prioritize locations and funding over multiple years to achieve full compliance.

BCDOT invites you to review the report, provide comments, suggestions, and issues of accessibility using the web comment form, by email, by mail, and by telephone.  The comment period has been extended to allow additional time for the public to comment on the report.  The comment period closed August 15, 2021

 Baltimore City
 Department of Transportation
 Valorie LaCour, ADA Coordinator
 417 East Fayette Street, Room 545
 Baltimore, MD  21202
 443-202-5446
 

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Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Project Report Part 1 PDF
Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Project Report Part 2 PDF
Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Project Report Part 3 PDF

 

DOT ADA Transition Plan

DOT has begun the development of the DOT ADA Transition Plan to bring the noncompliant pedestrian facilities up to current ADA standards. The transition plan will prioritize locations and funding over multiple years to achieve full compliance.