2022 ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan Update
Virtual public outreach meeting
See details from March 7 to 8 in the table below
|Public comment deadline||TxDOT is encouraging feedback from all citizens, especially the disability community, during our thirty-day comment period from March 9th through April 9th. You can submit your comments through the public outreach survey.|
Please register for the meeting that pertains to your region. If you are unable to attend during one of the sessions below, a recording will be posted following the last event.
The virtual public meetings will be held remotely via Zoom. Please click the link below to register. An email with the Zoom link and passcode will be emailed to you. Please check your spam or junk folders for the email.
March 7, 2022
March 8, 2022
March 9, 2022
For more details, visit the ADA Transition Plan webpage.
TxDOT is required by regulations under Title II of the ADA and Section 504 to assess its services, policies, and practices as part of a self-evaluation; to modify any policies or practices that discriminate against people with disabilities; and to develop a transition plan identifying any physical changes to facilities that are necessary to achieve “program access.” A focus on program access is to ensure that programs (such as pedestrian facilities or other various facilities available to the public) are accessible when viewed in their entirety.
TxDOT developed an ADA Transition Plan in 2004. It is considered best practice for public agencies to update their ADA self-evaluation and transition plans to reflect the changing environment and infrastructure over time. This is important to ensure that agencies can identify and remove barriers to their programs, policies, and activities, which include physical assets, services, and means of communication.
This meeting is intended to provide members of the community living with disabilities an opportunity to be informed about TxDOT’s process and provide feedback. Once public outreach has concluded, the critical information received from public feedback will be taken into consideration as TxDOT Divisions and Districts begin to organize all information for implementation planning.
|Accessibility||The public outreach events will be conducted in English. If English is not your primary language and you have difficulty communicating effectively in English, you may need an interpreter or document translator; one will be provided to you upon request. Each event will provide captioning and American Sign Language during the presentation. Other accessible formats are available upon request. If you need an accommodation that is not mentioned, please contact (512) 416-4700. Please be aware that advance notice is requested as some accommodations may require time for TxDOT to arrange.|
Posted: Feb 18, 2022