[nfbwatlk] Implementing/Enforcing ADA Guidelines for Blind Accessible Crosswalks?
joanne at blindcoach.com
Sat Oct 23 04:13:52 UTC 2010
I'm not sure what you mean by "blind accessible crosswalk." Are you
referring to audible signals, or raised crosswalks, or a specific type of
curb cut? What are the problems in Kent?
Generally there is a traffic engineering department or department of public
works in each city that deals with such issues.
Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist
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From: nfbwatlk-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:nfbwatlk-bounces at nfbnet.org] On
Behalf Of DYE, Janice
Sent: October 22, 2010 12:42 PM
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Subject: [nfbwatlk] Implementing/Enforcing ADA Guidelines for Blind
I know I can just go read the ADA (or the new ones just updated) but I
would ask the experts first...
How, who or where do we go to get blind accessible crosswalks in Kent? I
imagine there is a department that specifically handles that? And/or a
process or procedure in which it must be requested, but does anyone know
proper process, and then have advice as to the quicker/easier ways too?
Janice Dye (JaniceDye at yahoo.com)
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