City of Littleton
ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan
500+ Miles of Sidewalk
During Phase One of the Littleton ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan project, we completed a facility survey and developed a Transition Plan Database for Littleton’s facilities. We also completed an inventory and review of Littleton’s ADA policies and provided policy templates for recommended ADA policies to ensure compliance with ADA Title II regulations.
For Phase Two, a survey and analysis of Littleton’s pedestrian facilities in the public right-of-way (PROW) was completed. We provided a Transition Plan Database with findings and GPS data compatible with the City’s GIS database. Findings were prioritized based on location and program access demand and given rough order of magnitude estimates of mitigation difficulty.
MTC was engaged to perform Phase Three of this project, which required opinions of probable construction costs, with design standards, for correction of findings in the public right-of-way, along with a logical organization and prioritization of projects necessary to improve accessibility throughout the City. We also provided additional ADA consulting services including a Littleton website accessibility assessment, and training for City management and staff, targeted toward needs identified in management interviews and staff surveys.