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ADA Curb Ramp Program Overview

In 2017, ODOT began work to bring 25,000+ curb ramps into compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards over the next fifteen years.

Curb Ramp Improvement Schedule completing over 25,00o curb ramps by the end of 2032 

The order of improvements is based on community need and available resources. However, over the course of the program, the following number of estimated ramps will be completed in each ODOT region:

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Providing an accessible transportation system is one of seven areas of ODOT’s Accessibility Program. Other elements range from access to buildings to employment opportunities.
People with disabilities and everyone who uses sidewalks along the state transportation system will benefit from:

  • Upgrades to existing curb ramps and pedestrian signals
  • New ADA-compliant curb ramps and pedestrian signals where there are none currently
  • ADA-compliant curb ramps and pedestrian signals in all future ODOT projects

Read this fact sheet and watch a video below to learn more about ODOT’s Curb Ramp

 

Learn more about the program

Stay Up to Date on the Curb Ramp Program

CQCR Process
If you know of an accessibility issue on or adjacent to an Oregon state highway, please fill out a Concern, Question, Comment or Request (CQCR) form to let ODOT know. If you would like more information about the CQCR process, watch the videos below!
Settlement Agreement
This effort began in response to a lawsuit by the Association of Oregon Centers for Independent Living (AOCIL). A Settlement Agreement (link) outlines ODOT’s commitment to improving curb ramps and pedestrian signals on or along all state highways.