The purpose of this report is to update the City’s 2018 ADA Transition Plan. The primary focus of this Transition Plan Update falls within Title II of ADA and deals primarily with accessibility on PROW owned and/or maintained by the City of Orlando.
The Self‐Assessment portion of this Transition Plan Update contains detailed summaries of the estimated number of physical barriers along the Pedestrian Access Routes within the PROW and the projected budgetary costs necessary to mitigate those barriers.
The PROW includes routes used by pedestrians and adjacent private property (e.g., residential and commercial driveways, utility poles and vaults, guy wires, and storm drains) that connect to and from public sidewalks and streets.
The Self‐Assessment portion of this Transition Plan Update does not address the existing barriers or costs for compliance for other facilities such as buildings parking lots and City parks, however this Transition Plan Update outlines a methodology and framework for these facilities to be assessed in the future.
The ADA Transition Plan Update has been prepared pursuant to the ADA, which requires that all public agencies develop a transition plan for installing curb ramps, sidewalks, and related facilities within the PROW.
This plan includes a detailed survey of the physical barriers found in the PROW under the City’s jurisdiction. It also includes a plan, schedule, and recommended procedures for removing these barriers in order to achieve program access.