ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan

For more than 25 years, the Americans with Disabilities Act has required public agencies with more than 50 employees (including part-time and seasonal employees) to perform a self-evaluation and develop a transition plan to bring the agency’s facilities and communications into compliance with its requirements.

With renewed focus on public agency compliance and focus from the Federal Highway Administration in recent years, local government agencies across the country are diving in to the work of ensuring that their facilities and programs are compliant to maximize the quality of life in their communities.

LJB Services:
LJB can provide assistance in planning to ADA self-evaluation and transition plans to achieve compliance and improve the quality of life in your community.

  • Budgeting
    • Self-evaluations
    • Transition plans
    • Evaluation and plan updates
  • Self-Evaluation Data Collection
    • Communications, Information & Facility Signage
      • Access to programs, services and activities
      • Signage
      • Pavement markings and traffic control devices
      • Work zone and construction activities
    • Buildings
      • Entrances
      • Restrooms
      • Parking facilities
    • Pedestrian Facilities / Public Rights-of-Way
      • Curb ramps
      • Crosswalks
      • Sidewalks
      • Trails
      • Traffic Signals
  • Transition Plans
    • Identify barriers to implementation
    • Describe the proposed method of barrier removal
      • Scope
      • Budget
    • Develop the schedule for implementation
      • Prioritization
      • Phasing of improvements
  • Periodic Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan Updates
    • Asset management
    • Data updates


Dan HoyingDan Hoying
(937) 259-5795


The following resources can also provide some assistance related to self-evaluation and transition planning. LJB will help you build on and implement these resources for your organization.