EXPO 2012 May 20-25 in Baltimore, Md

Americans with Disabilities Act at 22: Updates and Next Steps

Thursday, May 24
3:15-4:45 p.m.
Room: Baltimore Convention Center, Room 332

It has been 22 years since the ADA was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush. This landmark Civil Rights legislation had formed the basis for new opportunities for persons with disabilities with guaranteed access to all public transportation services or the accommodations made that secures those rights. The implementation of various aspects of this law and the interpretations for what it means has evolved over time. Come learn about the most recent changes and interpretations and how they impact you and your ridership.

Moderator: Rochelle Cotey, ALTRAN, Munising, Mich.
Presenter: Jim Holman

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For the first time, you can customize your EXPO training experience! If you're a mobility manager or work for a state DOT, work in tribal transit or you're a transit advocate, we've developed specialized tracks for you that put together the workshops that will help you the most. Select from a topic below and a customized set of workshops are selected.

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