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Who's on the Hook for Handicapped Ramps?

Ever notice those bumpy handicapped ramps on sidewalks in some neighborhoods?

They’re required by federal law and only now are people discovering that even though PennDOT installed many of them and the feds mandated them, you might be on the hook for repairing or replacing them. 279 more words

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Now We Can All Get There From Here

What’s the longest running job in our company’s history? We accepted a wayfinding signage project for the MTA for the 71—Continental Ave subway station in Queens in 2003. 250 more words

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ADA Compliance: Bus & Motorcoach Liability

A recent article by Member, Ned Einstein, President of Transportation Alternatives, a passenger transportation and automotive consortium engaged in consulting and forensic accident investigation, touches upon the safety and liability of buses and motorcoaches transporting passengers in wheelchairs. 74 more words

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Abuse of ADA a plague on California small businesses

Robert McCarthy is a serial litigant. And the Americans With Disabilities Act is the weapon he uses to shake down his victims.

Since 2001, McCarthy has filed more than 250 lawsuits against small businesses throughout the Golden State, alleging various violations under the federal law (which, in turn, constitute violations of California’s Civil Code). 91 more words

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Woman Questioning PREMIER Center ADA Compliance

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. –

A Sioux Falls woman has filed a complaint with the Department of Justice, claiming the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center is not ADA compliant. 115 more words

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Commissioners approve ADA-related items

CORPUS CHRISTI – By the end of April, Nueces County may be the first county in the state of Texas to have all its voter registration materials available in Braille, large print, audio and HTML formats. 28 more words

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NOTICE UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (“ADA”), Los Angeles Community College District and East Los Angeles College will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities. 348 more words

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