The City of Moscow's Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan for Pedestrian Facilities in the Public Right-of-Way (Transition Plan) is to ensure that the City creates reasonable, accessible paths of travel in the public right-of-way for everyone, including people with disabilities. Over the past 10 years the City has made a significant and long-term commitment to improving the accessibility of its pedestrian facilities.
The Transition Plan identifies physical barriers and prioritizes improvements that should be made throughout the City while describing new and existing policies and programs to enhance overall pedestrian accessibility throughout City facilities. A formally adopted Transition Plan is required by the Idaho Transportation Department and several other grant funding agencies the City receives funding from for infrastructure projects.
Over the past year, staff has researched, developed, and assembled the proposed draft Transition Plan, based on current state and federal requirements under Title II of the ADA.