NYC Department of Transportation: Pedestrian Ramps

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Last year the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) implemented the Pedestrian Ramp Program. The special taskforce in charge of this program will present how to upgrade pedestrian ramps to meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards for detectable warning surfaces and to guide people who are blind or have low vision. Additionally, they will take questions related to pedestrian ramps and and more.

Kerry McCaffrey, Assistant Civil Engineer, Pedestrian Ramp Enforcement Unit, NYC Department of Transportation
Rosa Rijos, Associate Deputy Commissioner, Pedestrian Ramp Program, NYC Department of Transportation
Nichole Altmix, Executive Director – Planning, Pedestrian Ramp Program, NYC Department of Transportation
Gabrielle Khan, Chief Architect, Pedestrian Ramp Program, NYC Department of Transportation

Due to DOT building regulations, registration for this event closes on January 23. Early registration is encouraged. Please arrive 15-20 minutes in advance to allow for the security process and bring a picture ID. The entrance to the Bid Room is located on the southeast corner of 55 Water Street facing the NYC Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza.

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