ADA Sidewalk Compliance Checklist

Use this ADA Sidewalk Compliance Checklist to ensure sidewalks meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards, promoting accessibility for all pedestrians.

ADA Sidewalk Compliance Checklist



Sidewalk Width

1. Is the minimum continuous and unobstructed clear width of the pedestrian access route at least 4.0 feet, exclusive of the width of the curb?


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2. Is the continuous clear width of pedestrian access routes for medians and pedestrian refuge islands at least 5 feet minimum to allow for passing space?


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3. Are MoDOT sidewalks at least 5 feet wide minimum?


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4. Are MoDOT sidewalks located within 2 feet of the back of the curb constructed to be at least 6 feet wide minimum and adjacent to the back of the curb?


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5. For an unaltered, existing sidewalk, is it at least 3 feet wide minimum and providing 5-foot x 5-foot passing spaces at intervals of 200 feet maximum, as an exception?


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6. Are detectable warning surfaces provided where a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition connects to a street? Additionally, are detectable warnings provided at the junction between the pedestrian route and the street where commercial driveways are provided with traffic control devices or are permitted to operate like public streets?


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7. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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8. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route? Are surface slopes that meet at grade breaks flush?


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Passing Spaces

1. Do walkways in pedestrian access routes that are less than 5 feet in clear width provide passing spaces at intervals of 200 feet maximum?


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2. Are pedestrian access routes at passing spaces 5 feet wide for a distance of 5 feet?


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Sidewalk Running Slope

1. Is the running slope of a pedestrian access route 5 percent maximum? 


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2. Is there an exception for the roadway grade where pedestrian access routes are contained within a street or highway right-of-way, permitting the grade of the pedestrian access route to equal the general grade established for the adjacent street or highway?


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3. Are running slopes measured using a calibrated 2-foot-long digital level?


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Sidewalk Cross Slope

1. Is the cross slope of the walkway of a pedestrian access route 2 percent maximum?


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2. Does the 2010 ADA/ABA allow cross slopes up to ¼ inch per foot (2.08 percent)?


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3. Is a cross-slope measurement of 2.1 percent or greater ADA compliant?


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4. Are cross slopes measured using a calibrated 2-foot-long digital level?


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Sidewalk Ramps

1. Is a sidewalk segment (not contained within a street or highway border) with a running grade over 5 percent but less than 8.33 percent defined as a sidewalk ramp?


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2. Is the width of landings, blended transitions, and curb ramps, excluding flares, at least 4.0 feet?


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3. Does the cross slope of the ramp run 2 percent maximum?


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4. Is the rise for any ramp run 30 inches maximum?


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5. Are there landings at the top and the bottom of each ramp run?


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6. Do ramp runs with a rise greater than 6 inches have handrails?


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7. Are handrails provided on both sides of stairs and ramps?


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8. Is edge protection provided on each side of ramp runs?


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9. Are detectable warning surfaces provided where a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition connects to a street?


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10. Are there no gratings, access covers, or other appurtenances located on ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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11. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, and are surface slopes that meet at grade breaks flush?


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Vertical Alignment

1. Is vertical alignment planar within curb ramp runs, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, and within clear spaces required for accessible pedestrian signals, street furniture, and operable parts?


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2. Are there any grade breaks on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route?


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3. Are grade breaks flush?


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4. Are running slopes and cross slopes measured using a calibrated 2-foot-long digital level?


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5. When the pedestrian access route crosses rail tracks at grade, is the surface flush with the top of the rail at the outer edges? Is the surface between the rails aligned with the top of the rail?


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Changes In Level

1. Are changes in level at grade breaks flush?


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2. Are changes in the level of ¼ inch high maximum permitted to be vertical?


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3. Are changes in level between ¼ inch high maximum and ½ inch high maximum beveled with a slope not steeper than 1v:2h?


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4. Is the bevel applied across the entire level change?


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5. Are changes in level greater than ½ inch high ramp grade or flatter, with a slope of 8.33 percent or less?


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Landing

1. Is the landing width at least as wide as the widest ramp leading to it?


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2. Are the clear widths of landings, blended transitions, and curb ramps (excluding flares) a minimum of 4 feet?


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3. Is the landing clear length at least 5 feet long?


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4. Do landing slopes not exceed 2 percent?


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5. Are changes in level at grade breaks flush?


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6. Have detectable warning surfaces been provided where a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition connects to a street, located on the landing or blended transition at the back of the curb?


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7. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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8. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, with surface slopes meeting at grade breaks being flush?


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9. Are running slopes and cross slopes measured using a calibrated 2-foot-long digital level?


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10. Do protruding objects on sidewalks and other pedestrian circulation paths maintain the required clear width for pedestrian-accessible routes?


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11. Do objects with leading edges between 27 inches and 80 inches above the finish floor or ground protrude a maximum of 4 inches horizontally into the circulation path?


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12. Do free-standing objects mounted on posts or pylons overhang circulation paths a maximum of 4 inches horizontally from the post or pylon base between 27 and 80 inches above the finish floor or ground, with the base dimension being at least 2.5 inches thick?


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13. If a sign or other obstruction is mounted between posts or pylons and the clear distance between them is greater than 12 inches, is the lowest edge of such sign or obstruction between 27 inches and 80 inches above the finish floor or ground?


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14. Is the vertical clearance at least 80 inches high? If not, are guardrails or other barriers provided where the vertical clearance is less than 80 inches high, with the leading edge of such guardrail or barrier located a maximum of 27 inches above the finish floor or ground?


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15. Are guardrails or other barriers provided where the vertical clearance is less than 80 inches high, with the leading edge of such guardrail or barrier located a maximum of 27 inches above the finish surface or ground?


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16. Do openings in the floor and ground surfaces comply with the requirement of not allowing passage of a sphere more than ½ inch in diameter? Are elongated openings placed so that the long dimension is perpendicular to the dominant direction of travel?


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17. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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18. Do lift holes for manhole/utility covers have an opening no greater than ½ inch? If holes greater than ½ inch are present, have they been plugged with a material approved by the engineer in compliance with changes in level requirements?


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Entrances (PROWAG R301)

1. Is the minimum continuous and unobstructed clear width of a pedestrian access route across commercial and residential entrances at least 4 feet?


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2. Does the cross slope of the pedestrian access route not exceed 2 percent?


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3. Are precautions taken to ensure that the transition from the driveway to the roadway avoids grade combinations that cause vehicles to bottom out when driving over the transition?


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Edge Protection (PROWAG R406.8)

1. Is edge protection provided on each side of ramp runs and at each side of ramp landings?


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2. Is there a curb or barrier preventing the passage of a 4-inch diameter sphere when any portion of the sphere is within 4 inches of the finish floor or ground surface?


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3. Is edge protection not required when the floor or ground surface of the ramp run or landing extends at least 12 inches beyond the inside face of a handrail?


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4. Is edge protection not required on curb ramps and their landings?


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5. Is edge protection not required on ramps that are not mandated to have handrails and have flares not steeper than 1:10?


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6. Is edge protection not required on the sides of ramp landings with a vertical drop-off of ½ inch maximum within 10 inches horizontally of the minimum landing area?


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Handrail And Pedestrian (PROWAG R408)

1. Is the clear width of walking surfaces at least 4.0 feet?


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2. Are handrails provided on ramp runs with a rise greater than 6 inches and on stairways, but not required on walking surfaces with running slopes less than 1:20? Where required, are handrails provided on both sides of stairs and ramps?


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3. Are handrails continuous within the full length of each stair flight or ramp run? Are inside handrails on switchback or dogleg stairs and ramps continuously between flights or runs?


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4. Is the top of gripping surfaces of handrails positioned between 34 inches minimum and 38 inches maximum vertically above walking surfaces, stair nosings, and ramp surfaces? Are handrails consistently positioned at this height above walking surfaces, stair nosings, and ramp surfaces?


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5. Is the clearance between handrail gripping surfaces and adjacent surfaces at least 1 1/2 inches?


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6. Do handrail gripping surfaces with a circular cross-section have an outside diameter between 1 1/4 inches minimum and 2 inches maximum?


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7. Do handrail gripping surfaces with a non-circular cross-section have a perimeter dimension between 4 inches minimum and 6 1/4 inches maximum, and a cross-section dimension not exceeding 2 1/4 inches?


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8. Are handrail gripping surfaces and any adjacent surfaces free of sharp or abrasive elements, with rounded edges?


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9. Do handrails remain fixed and not rotate within their fittings?


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10. Do ramp handrails extend horizontally above the landing for at least 12 inches beyond the top and bottom of ramp runs? Do extensions return to a wall, guard, or the landing surface, or are they continuous to the handrail of an adjacent ramp run?


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11. At the top of a stair flight, do handrails extend horizontally above the landing for at least 12 inches, beginning directly above the first riser nosing?


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12. Do extensions return to a wall, guard, or the landing surface, or are they continuous to the handrail of an adjacent stair flight?


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13. At the bottom of a stair flight, do handrails extend at the slope of the stair flight for a horizontal distance equal to one tread depth beyond the last riser nosing?


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14. Do extensions return to a wall, guard, or the landing surface, or are they continuous to the handrail of an adjacent stair flight?


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Stairways (PROWAG R407) 

1. Are all steps on a flight of stairs characterized by uniform riser heights and uniform tread depths?


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2. Do risers adhere to a height range between 4 inches minimum and 7 inches maximum, while treads have a depth of at least 11 inches?


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3. Are open risers prohibited?


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4. Is the radius of curvature at the leading edge of the tread no more than 1/2 inch?


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5. Are nosings that project beyond risers designed with the underside of the leading edge curved or beveled?


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6. Are risers permitted to slope under the tread at an angle of 30 degrees maximum from vertical?


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7. Is the permitted projection of the nosing limited to 1 1/2 inches maximum over the thread below?


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8. Do stairs incorporate handrails compliant with PROWAG 2005 R408?


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Unobstructed Reach Ranges (PROWAG R406)

1. For unobstructed forward reach, is the high forward reach a maximum of 48 inches and the low forward reach a minimum of 15 inches above the finish floor or ground?


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2. Where a clear floor or ground space allows a parallel approach to an element and the side reach is unobstructed, does the high side reach a maximum of 48 inches and the low side reach a minimum of 15 inches above the finish floor or ground?


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3. Is an obstruction permitted between the clear floor or ground space and the element if the depth of the obstruction does not exceed 10 inches? (2011 PROWAG R406.3)


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Curb Ramps (PROWAG R303)

1. Is the width of ramps, excluding the flares, at least 4.0 feet minimum?


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2. Do ramp runs have a running slope between 5 percent minimum and 8.33 percent maximum, while ensuring that the ramp length does not exceed 15.0 feet?


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3. Is there an exception known as the "15 Foot Rule" where the running slope for a curb ramp is not limited to 8.33 percent maximum if the constructed curb ramp length exceeds 15 feet in length?


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4. Is the cross slope of ramp runs limited to a 2 percent maximum, with consideration given to the Roadway Grade Exception?


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5. At midblock crossings, is the cross slope permitted to be warped to meet street or highway grade?


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6. Do ramps have landings at the top and bottom of each ramp run?


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7. Is the landing clear width at least as wide as the widest ramp run leading to the landing?


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8. Is the landing clear length at least 5.0 feet long minimum?


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9. For ramps changing direction between runs at landings, is there a clear landing of at least 5.0 feet by 5.0 feet minimum?


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10. Are handrails and edge protection not required on curb ramps and their landings?


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11. Is the curb height within curb ramp spaces set to 0 inches?


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12. Are curb ramps flush with the street?


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13. Is the counter slope of the gutter or street at the foot of a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition limited to a 5 percent maximum? (R303.3.5)


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14. Are the adjacent surfaces at transitions at curb ramps to walks, gutters, and streets at the same level?


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15. Are flared sides with a slope of 10 percent maximum provided where a pedestrian circulation path crosses the curb ramp?


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16. In alterations where there is no landing at the top of curb ramps, are curb ramp flares provided and not steeper than 1:12?


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17. Are detectable warning surfaces provided where a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition connects to a street?


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18. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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19. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, with surface slopes that meet at grade breaks being flush?


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20. Are grade breaks at the top and bottom of the curb ramp runs perpendicular to the direction of the ramp run?


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Perpendicular Curb Ramps

1. Do perpendicular curb ramps have a running slope that either cuts through or is built up to the curb at right angles, or meets the gutter grade break at right angles?


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2. Is the clear width of landings, blended transitions, and curb ramps, excluding flares, at least 4.0 feet minimum?


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3. Does the running slope of the ramp fall between 5 percent minimum and 8.33 percent maximum, without necessitating the ramp length to exceed 15.0 feet?


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4. Is the cross slope at intersections limited to 2 percent maximum, with consideration given to the Roadway Grade Exception?


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5. At midblock crossings, is the cross slope permitted to be warped to meet street or highway grade?


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6. Is a landing provided at the top of the curb ramp with dimensions of at least 4.0 feet by 4.0 feet minimum, permitted to overlap other landings and clear space?


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7. Are flared sides with a slope of 10 percent maximum provided where a pedestrian circulation path crosses the curb ramp?


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8. If the flared sides are not in the pathway (grass next to the ramp), is there no maximum slope, and can vertical curbs be used?


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9. Are detectable warning surfaces provided where a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition connects to a street?


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10. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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11. Are grade breaks at the top and bottom of perpendicular curb ramps perpendicular to the direction of the ramp run, with at least one end of the bottom grade break at the back of the curb?


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12. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, with surface slopes that meet at grade breaks being flush?


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13. If both ends of the bottom grade break are 5.0 feet or less from the back of the curb, is the detectable warning located on the ramp surface at the bottom grade break? If either end of the bottom grade break is more than 5.0 feet from the back of the curb, is the detectable warning located on the lower landing?


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Parallel Curb Ramps

1. Do parallel curb ramps have a running slope that aligns with the direction of sidewalk travel?


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2. Is the clear width of landings, blended transitions, and curb ramps, excluding flares, at least 4.0 feet minimum?


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3. Does the running slope of the ramp fall between 5 percent minimum and 8.33 percent maximum, without requiring the ramp length to exceed 15.0 feet?


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4. Is the cross slope limited to a 2 percent maximum, with consideration given to the Roadway Grade Exception?


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5. Is a landing provided at the bottom of the ramp run with dimensions of at least 4.0 feet by 4.0, permitted to overlap other landings and clear floor or ground space?


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6. Are drop-offs at diverging segments where a parallel curb ramp does not occupy the entire width of a sidewalk protected?


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7. Are detectable warning surfaces provided where a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition connects to a street?


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8. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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9. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, with surface slopes that meet at grade breaks being flush?


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Blended Transitions

1. Do blended transitions have a running slope of 5 percent maximum and a cross slope of 2 percent maximum?


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2. Is the clear width of blended transitions, excluding flares, at least 4.0 feet minimum?


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3. Are detectable warning surfaces provided where a blended transition connects to a street?


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4. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on blended transitions within the pedestrian access route?


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5. Are grade breaks at the top and bottom of perpendicular curb ramps perpendicular to the direction of the ramp run, with at least one end of the bottom grade break at the back of the curb?


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6. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of blended transitions and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, with surface slopes that meet at grade breaks being flush?


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Diagonal Curb Ramps

1. Does the design avoid using Diagonal Curb Ramps or corner-type, and instead provide individual ramps for each crossing direction as recommended by the US Access Board?


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2. If Diagonal Curb Ramps or corner-type curb ramps with returned curbs or other well-defined edges are the edges parallel to the direction of pedestrian flow?


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3. Is there a clear space of at least 48 inches at the bottom of diagonal curb ramps outside active traffic lanes of the roadway?


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4. Do diagonal curb ramps provided at marked crossings ensure that the 48-inch minimum clear space is within the markings?


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5. Do diagonal curb ramps with flared sides have a segment of the curb at least 24 inches long located on each side of the curb ramp and within the marked crossing?


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6. Are detectable warning surfaces provided where a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition connects to a street?


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7. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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8. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, with surface slopes that meet at grade breaks being flush?


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9. Is the running and cross slope at midblock crossings permitted to be warped to meet street or highway grade?


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Detectable Warnings Devices (Truncated Domes) (PROWAG R304)

1. Are detectable warnings composed of truncated domes aligned in a square or radial grid pattern in compliance with 2010 ADA Standards?


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2. Do detectable warning surfaces visually contrast with adjacent gutter, street or highway, or walkway surfaces, either light-on-dark or dark-on-light?


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3. Do detectable warning surfaces extend a minimum of 24 inches in the direction of travel and the full width of the curb ramp (exclusive of flares), the landing, or the blended transition, where they provide a flush pedestrian connection to the street?


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4. Are sidewalk crossings of residential driveways generally not provided with detectable warnings, except where commercial driveways are equipped with traffic control devices or are otherwise permitted to operate like public streets?


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5. For perpendicular curb ramps, is the detectable warning located on the ramp surface at the bottom grade break if both ends of the bottom grade break are 5 feet or less from the back of the curb? If either end of the bottom grade break is more than 5 feet from the back of the curb, is the detectable warning located on the lower landing?


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6. For landings and blended transitions, is the detectable warning located on the landing or blended transition at the back of the curb?


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7. For rail crossings, is the detectable warning surface located so that the edge nearest the rail crossing is 6 feet minimum and 15 feet maximum from the centerline of the nearest rail, with the rows of truncated domes aligned parallel to the direction of wheelchair travel?


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8. Are detectable warnings at cut-through islands located at the curb line in line with the face of the curb, separated by a 2.0-foot minimum length of walkway without detectable warnings? If the island has no curb, is the detectable warning located at the edge of the roadway?


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9. Is there an exception where detectable warnings may be installed closer to the edge of the curb ramp, landing, or blended transition, according to the manufacturer’s installation specifications, but never more than 2 inches from the edge?


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10. Are detectable warnings not stamped into concrete?


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Island And Medians (PROWAG R305.4)

1. Do medians and pedestrian refuge islands in crosswalks contain a pedestrian access route, including passing space, and connect to each crosswalk?


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2. Do raised islands in crossings have either a level cut-through with the street or curb ramps and required landings at both sides?


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3. Do all median island passage spaces provide a clear width of at least 5 feet minimum?


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4. Are medians and pedestrian refuge islands at least 6.0 feet minimum in length in the direction of pedestrian travel?


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5. Does each curb ramp have a level area of at least 48 inches long by 36 inches wide at the top of the curb ramp in the part of the island intersected by the crossings?


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6. Is each 48-inch by 36-inch area oriented so that the 48-inch length is in the direction of the running slope of the curb ramp it serves, and are these areas permitted to overlap with the accessible route?


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7. Are detectable warning surfaces provided where a curb ramp, landing, or blended transition connects to a street, and are detectable warnings also installed at curb ramps and blended transitions on medians and pedestrian refuge islands?


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8. Are detectable warnings at cut-through islands located at the curb line in line with the face of the curb, with a minimum 2.0-foot length of walkway without detectable warnings? If the island has no curb, is the detectable warning located at the edge of the roadway?


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9. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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10. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route, with surface slopes that meet at grade breaks being flush?


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Accessible Pedestrian Signals (Pushbuttons)(PROWAG R306 And EPG 902.6.1 – EPG 902.6.15)

1. Does each crosswalk with pedestrian signal indication have an accessible pedestrian signal (APS) that includes audible and vibrotactile indications of the WALK interval at new signalized intersections or at existing intersections being altered or requiring maintenance applications?


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2. If a pedestrian pushbutton is provided, is it integrated into the accessible pedestrian signal?


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3. Are accessible pedestrian signals located so that the vibrotactile feature can be contacted from the level landing serving a curb ramp, if provided, or from a clear floor or ground space that is in line with the crosswalk line adjacent to the vehicle stop line?


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4. Are accessible pedestrian push buttons located within a reach range complying with relevant guidelines?


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5. Is a clear floor or ground space provided at the pushbutton, and does it connect to or overlap the pedestrian access route?


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6. Are clear spaces required at accessible pedestrian signals, pedestrian pushbuttons, and other accessible elements permitted to have a running slope or cross slope consistent with the grade of the adjacent pedestrian access route?


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7. Do pedestrian signals comply with PROWAG 2005 R306 and EPG 902.6.1 through 902.6.15?


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8. Are push buttons a minimum of 2 inches across in one dimension, raised (not recessed), and contrast visually with the housing or mounting?


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9. Do pushbuttons have a maximum force of 3.5 pounds to activate operable parts?


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10. Is the control face of the push buttons installed parallel to the direction of the crosswalk it serves?


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11. For new construction, are push buttons located within a longitudinal distance of 5 feet maximum from the crosswalk line, and 30 inches minimum to 6 feet maximum from the curb line?


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12. For audible pedestrian signal devices only, are push buttons a minimum of 10 feet apart?


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13. Are push buttons located at a height of approximately 42 inches, but no higher than 48 inches from the ground, and within 10-inch reach from a level paved clear floor or ground space with minimum dimensions of 48 inches x 30 inches positioned for a parallel approach to the pushbutton?


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14. If forward approach space (30 x 48 inches) is provided, is the allowed reach range 0 inches?


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15. Where pushbuttons for the visually impaired are installed, are tactile signs provided that meet ADA requirements?


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Pedestrian Street Crossings (PROWAG R305 And EPG 642)

1. Do crosswalks contain a pedestrian access route that connects to departure and arrival walkways through any median or pedestrian refuge island?


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2. Are marked crosswalks at least 6 feet wide?


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3. Is the grade of the pedestrian access route permitted to equal the general grade established for the adjacent street or highway, except for pedestrian street crossings where a maximum grade of 5 percent is required?


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4. Is a 5 percent maximum cross slope specified for pedestrian access routes contained within pedestrian street crossings without yield or stop control?


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5. For crossings with stop control, is the cross slope 2 percent maximum?


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6. Is the cross slope at midblock crossings permitted to be warped to meet street or highway grade?


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7. Is the running slope at midblock crossings 5 percent maximum, measured parallel to the direction of pedestrian travel in the crosswalk?


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8. Are accessible pedestrian signals and pedestrian push buttons provided at pedestrian crossings with pedestrian signals compliant with relevant guidelines?


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9. Is the crosswalk pavement marking 6 inches wide and white?


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10. Is the stop bar located at a minimum of 4 feet from the crosswalk?


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11. Are curb ramps at marked crossings wholly contained within the markings, excluding any flared sides?


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12. Are gratings, access covers, and other appurtenances not located on curb ramps, landings, blended transitions, and gutters within the pedestrian access route?


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13. Are grade breaks not permitted on the surface of curb ramps, blended transitions, landings, and gutter areas within the pedestrian access route?


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14. Beyond the curb face, is a clear space of at least 4.0 feet by 4.0 feet provided within the width of the crosswalk and wholly outside the parallel vehicle travel lane?


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Alternate CirculationI Path (PROWAG R302)

1. Do alternate circulation paths contain a pedestrian access route?


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2. Is the alternate circulation path, to the maximum extent feasible, provided on the same side of the street as the disrupted route?


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3. Is the alternate circulation path protected with a pedestrian barricade or channelizing device where exposed to adjacent construction, excavation drop-offs, traffic, or other hazards?


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4. Do pedestrian barricades and channelizing devices comply with MUTCD standards 6F-58, 6F-63, and 6F-66?


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5. Is a detectable continuous bottom edge provided, measuring 2 inches maximum above the ground or walkway surface?


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6. Are devices providing a continuous surface or upper rail at least 3.0 feet above the ground or walkway surface?


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7. Do support members not protrude into the alternate circulation path?


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Busn Boarding And Alighting Areas (PROWAG R410) 

1. Does the bus stop boarding and alighting area have a firm, stable surface?


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2. Is the bus stop boarding and alighting area a clear length of at least 8 feet perpendicular to the curb or vehicle roadway edge?


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3. Is the width of the bus stop boarding and alighting area at least 5 feet parallel to the vehicle roadway?


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4. Is the bus stop boarding and alighting area connected to streets, sidewalks, or pedestrian paths by an accessible route?


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5. Is the slope of the bus stop boarding and alighting area parallel to the roadway consistent with the roadway slope to the maximum extent practicable?


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6. Is the slope of the bus stop boarding and alighting area perpendicular to the roadway no steeper than 2 percent?


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7. Does each bus shelter provide a clear floor or ground space of at least 30 inches by 48 inches, entirely within the shelter?


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8. Are bus shelters connected by an accessible route to a boarding and alighting area?


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