Americans With Disabilities Act Requirements for Accessibility in Temporary Traffic Control Zones
This podcast discusses designing and setting up solutions for temporary traffic control areas that meet the needs of disabled pedestrians and comply with Federal accessibility requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA. The goal is to help listeners familiarize themselves with pedestrian accessibility considerations and to provide guidance on minimum parameters. This podcast is a companion to the document, “Applying the Americans with Disabilities Act in Work Zones: A Practitioner Guide,” which was also developed under the Work Zone Safety Grant.
The audience for this product is designers, construction engineers, policy makers, traffic control plan developers, inspectors, and contractors.
Publication Date: 2013
Website: Link to URL
The script can be viewed on the website above.
Topics: Accessibility; Pedestrian Safety; Temporary Traffic Control