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Pima County ADA Transition Plan Update

The Pima County ADA Transition Plan Update Phase 1 effort was initiated in the fall of 2009. This effort is being funded by Pima Association of Governments, but administered by Pima County, utilizing Project Development Activity Funds. Curtis Lueck & Associates is the project consultant.

The primary goal of Phase 1is the development of an ongoing program to address the ADA needs along the pedestrian facilities maintained by the Pima County Department of Transportation (PCDOT). The PCDOT staff wishes to take a more proactive approach to achieve ADA compliance. An Advisory/Oversight Committee was formed to assist in this effort.

The committee members include representation from several disability advocacy organizations, representation from PAG, representation from Pima County Departments familiar with ADA issues, and representation from PCDOT divisions responsible for the design, operation and maintenance of roadways, which include sidewalks and pathways located in roadway rights of way, within unincorporated Pima County.

Phase 1 is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2010. 

Phase 2 is expected to commence shortly after the Phase 1 is completed. During Phase 2, the actual Transition Plan Update will be completed.

Questions about the Pima County ADA Transition Plan Update Phase 1 effort should be directed to:


March 4, 2010

January 13, 2010

November 19, 2009


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