ADA Transition Plan and Accessibility Services
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan
The King County Road Services Division (Roads) completed an Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan in April 2021. This plan will guide our efforts to make sidewalks, curb ramps and street crossings on unincorporated King County roads more accessible to all.
The plan was developed using input from community members, an assessment of existing pedestrian facilities, and analyses of county policies, practices, and finances. The plan describes how pedestrian facilities were evaluated and prioritized, how much it will cost to improve each type of facility, and a timeline for improvements. The plan addresses all pedestrian facilities maintained by Roads, and does not include roads located inside city limits, highways, or trails.
Read the King County Road Services ADA Transition Plan Download PDF document (6MB)
Please note: This is a large file and you may need to right click on the link and save the file to read the plan.
Read the ADA Transition Plan Summary Handout Download PDF document (317KB)
For questions about the plan, contact:
John Vander Sluis
Phone: 206-263-0621 TTY Relay: 711
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To request curb ramps and other ADA accommodations in the public right of way – or if you need help with other road maintenance and traffic safety issues in unincorporated King County, such as downed stop signs or signals that are out— call our 24/7 Road Helpline at 1-800-527-6237 (1-800-KC-ROADS), 24 hours a day.
ADA grievance procedures
If you wish to file a complaint alleging discrimination on the basis of disability related to pedestrian facilities in the unincorporated King County public right-of-way, please refer to the King County Road Services ADA Grievance Procedure Download Word document (45KB).
Before filing a grievance, please contact the 24/7 Road Helpline to seek an equitable and timely resolution to your concern.