City developing ADA Transition Plan and wants to hear from you

Friday, October 5, 2018

The first two slides of the presentation
Courtesy City of Shoreline

The City of Shoreline is developing its ADA Transition Plan and needs to hear from you.

The purpose of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan is to identify deficiencies in City policies, procedures, and physical assets, and to provide a path to correct those deficiencies.

The pedestrian infrastructure assets that are addressed in this Transition Plan are:
  • Curb ramps
  • Sidewalks
  • Pedestrian signals
  • Driveways
  • Pedestrian crossings
The City is holding an Online Open House for the ADA Transition Plan Project.

From now until October 12, 2018, you can learn more about the plan and provide specific information about City facilities that you believe are needed to improve accessibility.

Participate HERE

Editor's note: The link takes you to the main page. Find the words "Online Open House Slides" and click it. What you can expect to see are a lot of photos of sidewalks, streets, and curbs.

I had a lot of trouble getting the files to display consistently. If you get a blank page, look for the minus sign in a circle and click it. Try a different browser. It seems to behave differently on different browsers. One of the browsers just dumped the whole file in the Downloads folder. Or just close the browser window and try it again.


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