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ADA Transition Plan for Public Right-of-Way

In accordance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and 28 CFR 35.105, a public entity that employs 50 or more persons must develop a Transition Plan to improve accessibility to pedestrian facilities within the County’s transportation system. The Douglas County Board of County Commissioners has approved the ADA Transition Plan for Public Right-of-Way which identifies procedures for implementing the Plan, removing barriers and promoting accessibility in the public right-of-way. 

Douglas County ADA Transition Plan for Public Right -of-Way

Progress Improvements 

Funding is an essential component for improving ADA accessibility within our current and future transportation network.  Listed below are the annual maintenance appropriations for the past five Fiscal Years.  Projects, such as sidewalk repairs and handicap retrofit projects, have been completed within the Contracted Road Maintenance budget.

  • 2023 – $3,093,869
  • 2022 = $5,696,676
  • 2021 = $3,155,867
  • 2020 = $2,498,489
  • 2019 = $2,899,688