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Promoting Independence and Access through Responsible Design Webinar Series: Part 3: Curbside Access

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
2:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. EST

Cost: Free

Format: Webinar

Where: Online/Web-based

Sponsored By:

TransCen, Inc. and the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center


Join us for our four-part series, Promoting Independence and Access through Responsible Design. Melissa Anderson, PE, formerly a Transportation Engineer for the U.S. Access Board, will present a four-part webinar series designed to improve the understanding of why and how to provide accessible pedestrian facilities in the public right of way. The series will begin with a discussion of legal obligations, how the Standards and guidelines apply and then move through the components of pedestrian access and how to actually achieve access.

About Part 3: Curbside Access - Beyond the sidewalks and curb ramps, people need access to other transportation modes, such as transit, passenger vehicles and even shared bike systems. This webinar will provide information on designing these connections. It will cover the design of transit stops, on-street parking and passenger loading zones and even some best practices on shared bike systems.


Deadline to Register - May 27, 2019

To register for this webinar, go to

These sessions require pre-registration. You must register individually for each session. There is no charge for these sessions. Continuing education recognition is available for a fee. Certificate of Participation available for $10.00. American Institute of Architects (AIA) LU/HSW education credit available for $20.00. These sessions will be archived for later listening.

Contact For More Information:

Mid-Atlantic ADA Center
Phone: 301-217-0124 (v/tty)
Web: Mid-Atlantic ADA Center

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