top of page
AdobeStock_688750407.jpeg

ADA

Full-spectrum solutions that work for people of all modes and abilities

Empowering Accessibility

Transpo’s approach to ADA Planning and Design blends education, innovation, and community engagement to create seamless, accessible journeys for all.

  • GIS 

  • Asset Management 

  • Accessibility 

  • ADA Accessible Design 

  • Curb Ramps 

  • Data Collection 

  • Community and Stakeholder Outreach 

  • Equity 

  • Standards 

  • Human Services Transportation  

Client Projects

A few of our recent favorites

R_190701_N95.jpg
Mercer Island ADA 042822 map.jpg

ADA Transition Plans

University of Washington

Transpo developed ADA transition plans for each of the UW’s three campuses in Seattle, Bothell, and Tacoma. The team worked with UW staff to define methods of field data collection, specific attributes to be collected for each feature, and how the raw data would be returned as high quality information along with the maps, data analysis, online interactive mapping. Transpo supported the broad public outreach effort that provided opportunities for input into the plan priorities and implementation strategy.  

ADA Transition Plan

City of Mercer Island, WA

Transpo evaluated facilities and policies for accessibility in Mercer Island. The process involved Self-Evaluation, Policy Review, Stakeholder Engagement (virtual and in-person), Barrier Removal Prioritization, and a Transition Plan. The ADA Transition Plan ensures compliance in public facilities, development, and construction projects. Stakeholder outreach included virtual and in-person methods, adapting to pandemic challenges. Transpo collaborated with the City on an online open house, survey, mapping tool, and focus group, utilizing virtual communication for online feedback. 

ADA Transition Plan

King County Road
Services Division

Transpo led a county-wide inventory and evaluation of pedestrian facilities to assess compliance with ADA requirements. A review of available datasets and information was conducted to identify what relevant data and information could be leveraged to conduct an efficient and effective county-wide inventory of facilities. The team developed a data dictionary that is being applied to collect asset attributes related to barriers to accessibility and produced an interactive map application for real-time access and web viewing during data collection. 

Experts in our field

Some of the folks we are lucky to work with

Wheelchair Icon

Related Services

MasterPlanningNM.png
PLANS & STUDIES
Outreach.png
PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

Contact Us

Message sent!

Contact us
bottom of page