The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) also has a policy for accommodating persons with disabilities along public right-of-ways (ROW). Specifically, BCDOT makes the accommodation of persons with disabilities a routine and integral element of its planning, design, construction, operations, and maintenance activities.
The City of Baltimore has become increasingly proactive in fulfilling ADA requirements for the ROW and continues to dedicate resources to improve accessibility in its ROW. BCDOT has a written ADA Policy to view it click here.
BCDOT's ADA Self-Assessment of pedestrian infrastructure has been completed:
|Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Project Report Part 1|
|Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Project Report Part 2|
|Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Project Report Part 3|
BCDOT is developing an ADA Transition Plan, which will prioritize improvements and funding throughout the city.
Contact information for the BCDOT ADA Coordinator:
Baltimore City Department of Transportation
Valorie LaCour, ADA Coordinator
417 E. Fayette Street, Room 545
Baltimore, MD 21202
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