Signal Boost: ADA Transportation Webinars
The Topic Guides on ADA Transportation, a series of technical assistance documents funded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and developed by DREDF and TranSystems Corporation, will be featured in a series of seven once-a-month webinars, one webinar on each Topic Guide. The webinar series will be coordinated by the DBTAC Great Lakes ADA Center and the DBTAC-Southwest ADA Center in collaboration with Easter Seals Project ACTION.
Registration: Registration is available on-line at www.adaconferences.org.
Funded by FTA to provide technical assistance on transportation to transit agencies, riders, and advocates, the Topic Guides on ADA Transportation bring together the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Department of Transportation ADA regulations, FTA determinations, and best operational practices for ADA compliance. The Topic Guides also draw information from many other sources. The Topic Guides are available online at http://dredf.org/ADAtg.
Webinar Schedule: Second Tuesday of the month, beginning October 12, 2010 and ending April 12, 2011.
2 pm to 3:30 pm Eastern Time
1 to 2:30 PM Central Time
12 to 1:30 Mountain Time
11 to 12:30 Pacific Time
10 to 11:30 Alaska Time
(Hawaii time will vary)
Presenter(s): Marilyn Golden, DREDF Policy Analyst and invited guests to be announced
This series of Topic Guide Webinars will include:
1. Equipment Maintenance (October 12)
2. Stop Announcement and Route Identification (November 9)
3. Eligibility for ADA Paratransit (December 14)
4. Telephone Hold Time in ADA Paratransit (January 11)
5. Origin to Destination Service in ADA Paratransit (February 8 )
6. On-Time Performance in ADA Paratransit (March 8 )
7. No-Shows in ADA Paratransit (April 12)
View the Topic Guide Home Page, which offers each Topic Guide in HTML, a PDF download, and a plain text option, at http://dredf.org/ADAtg.
The FTA Office of Civil Rights has also linked to the Topic Guides on ADA Transportation on its ADA website at www.fta.dot.gov/ada under DREDF.
Unfortunately I will be unable to answer any questions about these webinars.