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ADA Compliance

SidewalksVUE and Curb Ramps Application

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SidewalksVUE

  • Simple to Use
  • Download from Apple Store or Google Play
  • Collect information at your pace
  • Gathers ADA Compliance inventory and condition information
  • Location is automatically collected in GIS

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Application Specifics

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Project “Settings” screen allows a user to setup their profile for the data collection.

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The “Segments” screen shows segments that have been collected on the device.

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When the User selects “Start Collecting”, the map will start tracking breadcrumbs that follow the user’s track.

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The User can then select to conduct either a “Ramp” inspection or “Slab” inspection.

 

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User can collect a “New Segment” which automatically records the Date, Time and Field Collector information.

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User can then select the “Slab Width” and “Slab Length” as well as the Surface Type of the Sidewalk.

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When a “Ramp” inspection is selected, the user can select which inspection items are out of compliance.

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This is done easily, by selecting the “Yes/No” option in the form.

By default, all inspections are set to be compliant, so the user only has to “manage by exception”.

 

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The User can then add one or many photographs of the inspection location.

All photos are Geo-tagged and Date/Time stamped.

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Photographs can then be mapped to see where the deficiencies exist.

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When a “Slab” inspection is selected, the user can select which inspection items are out of compliance.

This is done easily, by selecting the “Yes/No” option in the form.

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By default, all inspections are set to be compliant, so the user only has to “manage by exception”.

 

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When the user desires, all data can be synchronized to the Cloud by simply selecting the “Start” button on the synchronize screen.

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If the “Remove data after upload” option is selected, all data will be removed from the device after a successful sync.

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A very important ACT; Background

access-iconThe Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity for persons with disabilities in employment, State and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, and transportation.

Final regulations revising the Department’s ADA regulations, including its ADA Standards for Accessible Design was published in the Federal Register on September 15, 2010 (corrections to this text were published in the Federal Register on March 11, 2011). ADA covers all state and local governments, including those that receive no federal financial assistance.

While the ADA has five separate titles, Title II is the section specifically applicable to “public entities” (state and local governments) and the programs, services, and activities they deliver. The Department of Justice (“DOJ” or the “Department”), through its Civil Rights Division, is the key agency responsible for enforcing Title II and for coordinating other federal agencies’ enforcement activities under Title II.

DOJ is the only federal entity with the authority to initiate ADA litigation against state and local governments for employment violations under Title I of the ADA and for all violations under Title II of the ADA.

ADA Affects:

  • Americans with disabilities and their friends, families, and caregivers
  • Private employers with 15 or more employees
  • Businesses operating for the benefit of the public
  • All state and local government agencies