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ADA Transition Plan Requirements

ADA Transition Plan Requirements

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Federal Requirements

The Palm Beach TPA is required by federal agencies to sign assurances that all recipients of federal funds allocated by the TPA have ADA transition plans in place.  ADA transition plans outline a jurisdiction's assessment and plans for bringing their infrastructure into compliance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

The TPA has created a document summarizing the ADA Transition Plan Requirements for recipients of TPA Federal Funding.

ADA Transition Plan Training

As a demonstration of the Palm Beach TPA's commitment to assist local governments to comply with ADA Transition Plan requirements for sub-recipients of federal funds including TPA transportation funding allocations, the TPA hosted a training workshop on Oct. 11, 2018. The training was conducted by Dean Perkins, the ADA Coordinator for the Florida Dept. of Transportation (FDOT). Following are training materials from the workshop:

More information:

ADA & Section 504

ADA Compliance:  Refer to Part One, #6 - Processes for Complying with the ADA / Develop a transition plan: ADA Guide for Small Towns / US Dept. of Justice - Civil Rights Division - Disability Rights Section

United States Access Board / ADA Standards:

  • Includes US Dept. of Justice ADA Standards (2010)

  • Includes US Dept. of Transportation ADA Standards for Transportation Facilities

Federal Transit Administration - Final Rule Adopting New Accessibility Standards

FDOT's ADA webpage

DOJ / DOT Joint Technical Assistance on alterations vs. maintenance

FDOT Nondiscrimination Program Resources for Practitioners

Click to file a complaint or suggestion related to ADA accommodations


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