Public Right-of-Way Assessments

Public Right-of-Way Assessments

MTC helps communities make their public right-of-way more accessible for people with disabilities.

While the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law more than 25 years ago, there are still no enforceable standards for pedestrian facilities. Even without standards, cities are required to build and maintain accessible sidewalks and intersections.

Contact the MTC experts to help guide your community to an accessible public right-of-way.

Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans Link
Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans
Public Right-of-way Assessments Link
Public Right-of-way Assessments
Facility Surveys Link
Facility Surveys
Park and Recreation Assessments Link
Park and Recreation Assessments
Architectural Plan Reviews Link
Architectural Plan Reviews
Outdoor Developed Area Assessments Link
Outdoor Developed Area Assessments
Website Accessibility Reviews Link
Website Accessibility Reviews
Multi-housing Surveys Link
Multi-housing Surveys

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