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File #: 18-1005    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Passed
File created: 11/16/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 12/4/2018 Final action: 12/4/2018
Title: Approve the 2018 Goal Update to the City of Naperville's ADA Transition Plan for Public Rights of Way and Sidewalks
Attachments: 1. 2018 Draft Naperville ROW ADA Transition Plan Update, 2. ACD Minutes August 1 2018, 3. Draft TAB Minutes October 4 2018
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Approve the 2018 Goal Update to the City of Naperville's ADA Transition Plan for Public Rights of Way and Sidewalks
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DEPARTMENT: Transportation, Engineering and Development

SUBMITTED BY: Andy Hynes, Deputy City Engineer

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:

Advisory Commission on Disabilities (ACD) Recommendation
At the August 1, 2018 Advisory Commission on Disabilities meeting, staff presented the draft 2018 goal update document. The Commission unanimously voted (6-0) in support of the updated transition plan. Meeting minutes from the ACD meeting are attached.

Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) Recommendation
At the October 4, 2018 meeting, TAB also reviewed the 2018 ADA Transition Plan Document. The Board unanimously (6-0) approved the 2018 Goal Update. Minutes from the TAB meeting are attached.

BACKGROUND:
The City of Naperville's Transition Plan for Public Rights of Way and Sidewalks defines the City's approach to establishing, maintaining and administering mobility and accessibility practices within the jurisdictional authority of the City of Naperville rights of way. The City's first transition plan was approved in 1993. A major update was completed in 2012 to incorporate changes approved to the American's with Disabilities (ADA) Act in 2010 pertaining to Standards for Accessible Design. The transition plan document is available on the City's website.

The ADA Transition Plan for Public Rights of Way and Sidewalks includes a set of progress goals in Appendix D. Staff uses these goals to establish priorities for ADA work within the various City construction projects and programs. The plan calls for re-evaluation of the progress goals on a five (5) year interval.

DISCUSSION:
The goals identified in the 2012 plan prioritized ADA improvements at City-maintained signalized intersections. Since that time, improvements have been completed at most of the non-compliant traffic signal locations. Staff con...

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