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ADA-ABA Guidelines The The U.S. Access Board published
new guidelines under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the
Architectural Barriers Act (ABA). They are not enforceable yet, but
they may help in planning or serve as a guide for best practices.
Access Board - Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility
Guidelines(ADAAG) The Access Board is an independent Federal agency
devoted to accessibility for people with disabilities.
- U.S. Department
of Justice ADA Homepage The agency charged with writing
the regulations and enforcing Title II and III of the ADA. Includes
info on various guidances for daycare centers, police officers, tax
incentives, and filing ADA complaints.
- Alaska State Facilities
This link is a compilation of all the state leased and owned facilities
being used by the Executive, Judicial, Legislative and Education branches
of Alaska State Government. By the end of 1994 Alaska had surveyed all
of its facilities for architectural barriers and determined the cost
of removing the barriers. This link provides a facility by facility
break down of the facilities name, cost for barrier removal, programs
in the facility, legislative district, and the scoring for prioritizing
which facility will receive funding first.
- Fair Housing Information The linked page, "is designed to answer frequently asked questions on the housing rights of people with disabilities and the responsibilities of housing providers and building and design professionals under federal law."
- Federal Highways Accessibility Library
- Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
- Disability Business Technical Assistance Center Northwest
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