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The Public Works Department is responsible for ensuring that pedestrian facilities in the public right-of-way in unincorporated Bernalillo County comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.


Results for ADA Transition Plan Public Questionnaire

In early March 2018, Bernalillo County conducted a public questionnaire to better understand ADA needs related to sidewalks, trails and traffic signals in unincorporated Bernalillo County. With 233 total participants, there was good participation from all areas of the unincorporated county. Public questionnaire results show the top three issues for participants are: missing sidewalks, cracks and breaks in sidewalks and missing curb ramps. The public questionnaire results report provides details about the results along with participants’ write-in responses.


ADA Transition Plan Update

The purpose of the ADA Transition Plan is to bring all pedestrian facilities in the public right-of-way in unincorporated Bernalillo County into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Bernalillo County is currently updating the Bernalillo County ADA Transition Plan 2015. During 2017, Bernalillo County staff inventoried sidewalks, multi-use trails, curb ramps, and traffic signals in the unincorporated county. This inventory, public input, and identification of resources for implementation provide the foundation for this plan update. Progress on the ADA Transition Plan update will be located on this webpage.

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