City of Bristol ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan
With the help of MTC, the City of Bristol will complete an ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan, to include City facilities and their public right-of-way.
MTC’s first task was to identify any programmatic accessibility barriers, by reviewing and revising Public Notice policies, ADA Grievance Procedures, ADA Coordinator identification, Effective Communications, Emergency Management Policies and Procedures, and other various ADA policies and procedures.
MTC then began auditing the City’s buildings and pedestrian facilities for physical barriers within accessible routes, plumbing elements, built-in elements, recreation areas, general site elements, accessibility elements, as well as all special rooms and spaces.
MTC continues to work with the City of Bristol on its ADA Compliance efforts for the protection of its residents and visitors.
ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan
Public Right-of-Way Audits
City of Bristol
43 Facilities and 220 Intersections
in Pedestrian Facilities