ADA Municipal Transition Plan Development & Tracking - Virtual Classroom
Date: 5/8/2024 8:00 AM - 5/8/2024 12:00 PM
This is the only class being offered in 2024!
Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as well as Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act have a
fundamental requirement that State and Local governments have completed a self-evaluation of all of
their facilities, services, and programs including the pedestrian network along the public roads and
should have a Transition Plan to address any items identified in need of correction during their self-
evaluation. This workshop will focus on ADA Title II and Section 504 requirements for the public rights-of-way for completing a self-evaluation and developing a transition plan. As a living document, transition
plans will need continuous update to track changes and improvements you have made.
• Identify applicable laws, regulations, guidelines for accessibility in the public rights-of-way
• How to perform an ADA self-evaluation and what should be included
• Creating a transition plan and who must have one and who should have one
• Updating your transition plan
After registering you will receive a link in your confirmation email to attend the virtual class.
Accommodations for Disabilities: UMTC endeavors to provide an inclusive learning environment for all. If you require special services or arrangements to fully participate in this workshop, please email Stephanie Cottrell or call 413-800-2655 at least 14 days prior to the event. Such services are provided free of charge.
If you are having trouble registering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (413) 545-2604 for assistance.
Please be advised, cancellations must be received no later than 7 days prior to the class, or the registration fee will not be refunded.
- Ted Green
at NJ LTAP at Rutgers
Ted Green, P.E. (NJ, NY, PA) has been providing Americans with Disabilities Act training as it relates to the
public right-of-way with UMTC / Baystate Roads for the past decade. Accessible pedestrian network
workshops have been presented in several states as part of the LTAP program as well as Designing
Pedestrian Facilities for Accessibility with the FHWA Resource Center staff. Ted has over 30 years of experience as a civil engineer performing training, project management, design, and condition inspection of various highway and railroad bridges, parking structures, bus maintenance facilities, and airport terminal buildings. With a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University he is a licensed Professional Engineer in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. Ted is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) with leadership positions held at the local, past Region 1 Governor (New England, NJ, NY), and past chair of national committees.