ADA Self-Assessment and Transition Plan

BCDOT ADA Transition Plan

BCDOT has begun the development of the BCDOT ADA Transition Plan to bring non-compliant pedestrian facilities up to current ADA standards. The transition plan will prioritize locations and funding over multiple years to achieve full compliance. On January 27, 2022, you are invited to attend the ADA Transition Plan Public Meeting.  The meeting materials are available for your review, including the Presentation and Script, as well as the Draft DOT ADA Transition Plan.

BCDOT ADA Self-Assessment

In fulfillment of implementing regulations of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, BCDOT has completed its ADA Self-Assessment. This self-assessment evaluated sidewalks and curb ramps to identify locations where current ADA standards are not met. BCDOT invites you to review the report and provide comments, suggestions, and issues of accessibility.

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

For additional information, contact Valorie LaCour, BCDOT ADA Coordinator:

Baltimore City Department of Transportation

417 E. Fayette Street, Room 545

Baltimore, MD 21202

Office:  410-396-6802      Cell:  443-202-5446

If you are hearing impaired, please have your TTY relay service provider call the following number: 443-202-5446.