ADA Compliance

August 26, 2020 | 12pm EST
Webinar Series
  • How ADA impacts intermodal, vehicular, and pedestrian traffic design
  • The importance of ADA and the appropriate grading
  • Rural v. Urban improvement processes
  • Applications for unsignalized intersections
  • Types of problems and treatments
  • Selection of Appropriate Control
  • ADA and Pedestrian Consideration

Jim Rodgers

Chief Strategic Officer

 

Chad Decker, PE, PTOE

VP - Traffic and Highway

 

Lori Ware, PE, PTOE

Sr Project Traffic Engineer

 

  • How ADA impacts intermodal, vehicular, and pedestrian traffic design
  • The importance of ADA and the appropriate grading
  • Rural v. Urban improvement processes
  • Applications for unsignalized intersections
  • Types of problems and treatments
  • Selection of Appropriate Control
  • ADA and Pedestrian Consideration

The American Disabilities Act (ADA) mandates all public spaces, including transportation facilities, to accommodate persons with disabilities. Our team of designated experts are dedicated to ensuring that municipalities comply with the law. We’ll be discussing how we’ve solved complicated issues, how we approach this from a humanity standpoint instead of a transportation issue, and why municipalities choose us.

The American Disabilities Act (ADA) mandates all public spaces, including transportation facilities, to accommodate persons with disabilities. Our team of designated experts are dedicated to ensuring that municipalities comply with the law. We’ll be discussing how we’ve solved complicated issues, how we approach this from a humanity standpoint instead of a transportation issue, and why municipalities choose us.