The ODOT Traffic-Roadway inventory team collects and maintains an inventory of assets datasets on or along the state highway including, but not limited to:
- Curb ramps.
- Push buttons.
- Design exceptions.
- Crosswalk closures.
- Bike facilities.
Updated content will be provided as resources become available. We maintain all asset datasets in an enterprise data system (TransInfo), which we keep up-to-date through new construction inspections by certified inspectors and regular inventory cycles performed by the Traffic-Roadway inventory team.
ODOT ADA Curb Ramp Inspection Training
The 2-year certification is required for anyone performing ADA curb ramp or ADA push button inspections on or along a state highway, and for contractors who must meet the requirements of the 2021 Oregon Standard Specifications for Construction.
The ADA Curb Ramp Inspector and Contractor Certification curriculum provides guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act as it relates to ODOT facilities. The online self-guided training course will cover the use of ADA curb ramp inspection forms, the use of tools, best inspection practice and measurement guidance. It also gives instruction for how to submit forms and where to send them.
In order to qualify for a 2-year certification one must complete the following:
Step 1 -
ODOT - SPDB - Construction - ADA Curb Ramp Inspection Training for Certification (online and self-guided) (12 hours)
Step 2 -
ODOT - SPDB - Construction - ADA Curb Ramp Certification Exam (online) (90 minutes)
Step 3 -
ODOT - SPDB - Construction - ADA Curb Ramp Inspector Certification - Field Work Exam (in-person practical) (9 hours)
Note: External participants must
register for an Extended Enterprise Learner account to access training through Workday.
The ODOT Inspection Quality Assurance Certification Program maintains a
list of inspectors and their certifications. Training is available through Workday. More information on the 2022 ADA Curb Ramp Inspection Training for Certification, including registration link, online course/exam materials, and required field exam tools and equipment, is available on the
ADA Curb Ramp Inspector Certification webpage.
If you have any questions, please contact the Statewide Asset Specialist.
Reach us by email or by phone at 971-719-6840.
ADA Curb Ramp and Push Button Inspections
For help with utilizing Standard Comments, please see the ADA Ramp New Construction Standard Comments presentation which gives photo examples for various comments.
- RD19-02(B) - This Tech Bulletin is to clarify how approved curb ramp, sidewalk and driveway design exceptions are incorporated into construction measurement and acceptance. ODOT’s ADA related design standards established a tolerance between design and construction that is in line with national guidance. This Tech Bulletin shows how to apply the established tolerance to construction measurements in locations with approved design exceptions.
- RD21-01(A) - This advisory clarifies how ODOT design standards for gutter flow slope and cross slope apply differently, based on the street slope and traffic control conditions. This advisory also provides guidance and best practices for achieving the applicable gutter flow slope requirements for curb ramps. The advisory provides clarification of which design exceptions and codes are required when applicable standards are not met for gutter flow slope and cross slope. Strategies for warping (transitioning) the cross slope at the street entrance are discussed to assist engineers performing curb ramp work. Gutter flow slope and cross slope of the ramp run are interdependent attributes of the curb ramp.
ODOT ADA Curb Ramp Inspection Forms
ODOT ADA Push Button Inspection Forms
Inspection Form Submittal
Inspection Form Submittal
New construction inspection form submittal is required for ALL locations on or along the State Highway, including but not limited to: STIP Projects, Permit Projects, Maintenance Projects, Private Developments, Local Agency Projects, etc.
Please refer to the following guides for assistance with the submittal process:
Asset Collection User Guides
Asset Collection User Guides
Bike and Pedestrian Facilities, Parking, ADA Ramps and Curbs Users Guide
The Bike-Pedestrian Data Collection Guide
assists ODOT employees and contractors gather and maintain data about the state highway system and its features throughout the state. This includes:
- Bicycle and pedestrian facilities.
- ADA ramps and curbs.
- Road inventory.
Traffic Barrier Data Collection Users Guide
The Traffic Barrier Data Collection Guide
assists ODOT employees and outside contractors in gathering traffic barrier inventory information and to maintain a consistent data collection method throughout the state. This helps the agency by:
Providing reliable and accurate asset information.
Ensuring that public agency activities are consistent with existing federal guidelines, current accounting practices, such as Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement 34.
Helping ODOT as an agency demonstrate to the public that they are responsible stewards of Oregon’s transportation assets.
Accessing the Inventory
Inventory information on Traffic-Roadway assets can be accessed through TransGIS
TransGIS is a powerful web mapping tool designed for users of every skill level. TransGIS presents many levels of complex data in an interactive map format offering multi-level views of Oregon's transportation system needs and accomplishments.
Detailed information including transportation management system's data, asset inventory, Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) projects and environmental data are accessible for analysis, planning and research needs. By offering this quick and integrated access to the many data resources available, TransGIS enhances ODOT's ability to address agency needs and goals. TransGIS serves as the standard foundation for ODOT web mapping applications and is flexible and adaptable to specific needs for mapping and analysis.
FACS-STIP and TransGIS are very similar tools with some variations, for example, FACS-STIP provides some additional layers (like ADA Design Exceptions and ADA Crosswalk Closures) and has features like Data to Go and Asset Reporting.
FACS-STIP User Guide
- This guide provides guidance about how to navigate the map tool, Data to Go and asset reports. It covers features, attributes and conditions survey, or FACS, for the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, or STIP.
Please use the following steps to begin using TransGIS:
1. Visit the TransGIS
2.Under the "layers Catalog" tab, select "Roadside."
3.Select the applicable layer(s).
4. Click "Apply" at the bottom of the "Layers Catalog" window.
5. Zoom into an area of interest by double-clicking the area or using the scroll wheel on your mouse.
6.Click the blue information icon at the top of the window and click on a curb ramp markert.
7.Information about the selected curb ramp will appear in a secondary window.
NOTE: Assets are stacked where the worst functional condition is shown. If the Asset is believed to be in compliance, check by using the arrow at the top right of the secondary window.