Agencies of all sizes must:
1) Ensure that programs, services, and activities are accessible to persons with disabilities. This includes new construction and altered facilities. (28 CFR Part 35.150)
2) Complete a self-evaluation of the public right-of-way, maintain it on file, and make it available four public inspection for at least three years following its completion.
Agencies with 15 or more employees that are recipients or subrecipients of federal financial assistance and agencies with 50 or more employees if the agency is not a recipient/subrecipient must:
1) Designate an ADA/Section 504 Coordinator and publish/post the name and contact information.
2) Adopt complaint/grievance procedures and publish/post the name internally and externally.
Agencies with 50 or more employees must complete an ADA Transition Plan that includes the public right-of-way. The plan must identify how facilities will be brought up to current ADA standards, along with a schedule for when this will happen.
Agencies with less than 50 employees that are recipients or subrecipients of federal funding must complete a compliance planning document that includes the public right-of-way. The plan must identify how facilities will be brought up to current ADA standards.