Transition planning: engaging the disabled community
Resources in Washington State to identify disabled users of the public right of way (pdf 220 kb)
Transition planning step 1: ADA coordinator, notice, & grievance Procedures
All local agencies are required to have an ADA coordinator, notice, and grievance procedures.
Requirements for ADA/Section 504 coordinators, Notice, and Grievance procedures
Transition planning step 2: Self-evaluation (inventory)
All local agencies are required to evaluate all services, policies, and practices for barriers which restrict/limit persons with disabilities. This Web pages focuses only on those policies, practices, and programs associated with the public right-of-way.
Examples of field inventory forms:
Example of a completed field inventory form:
Examples of self-evaluations (inventories):
Transition planning step 3: Transition plan/Program access plan (Action Plan)
Examples of transition plans: