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ADA Curb Ramp Transition Plan

The City of Oakland City Council passed a resolution adopting the City of Oakland Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Curb Ramp Transition Plan on May 5, 2009: City Council Resolution Number 81954. The ADA Programs Division is completing a comprehensive update of curb ramp location inventory and conditions for an updated plan to be released in 2017.

Curb Ramps are built upon request for persons with disabilities and according to the priorities set forth in the Curb Ramp Transition Plan. Oakland Public Works Department's Right of Way Management Division currently administers the Curb Ramp Program and regularly reports on its progress to the Mayor's Commission on Persons with Disabilities.

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Oakland ADA Curb Ramp Transition Plan (PDF)

The City of Oakland City Council passed a resolution adopting the City of Oakland Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Curb Ramp Transition Plan on May 5, 2009: City Council Resolution Number 81954. The ADA Programs Division is completing a comprehensive update of curb ramp location inventory and conditions for an updated plan to be released in 2017.

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