Americans with Disabilities Act
INDOT is committed to providing resources and technical assistance regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), as amended, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504). Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Title II of the ADA applies to all public entities. It requires INDOT to remove architectural and programmatic barriers that exclude qualified individuals with a disability. The ADA also requires INDOT, upon request, to make reasonable modifications to its policies and programs to ensure that qualified individuals with disabilities have an equal opportunity to enjoy its programs and activities. INDOT is not required to take any action that would fundamentally alter the nature of its programs or services, or impose an undue financial or administrative burden.
Under Section 504, no qualified individual with a disability shall, solely, by reason of his disability, be excluded from participating in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity that receives or benefits from Federal financial assistance. Section 504 requires that INDOT ensure that all pedestrian facilities meet the minimum accessibility design requirements set forth by law.
Both the ADA and Section 504 require INDOT to inform the public of its obligation not to discriminate on the basis of disability in the administration of its programs and operation of its facilities.
Self-Evaluation and Updated ADA Transition Plan
This self-evaluation and transition plan contains a preliminary review of INDOT's current facilities, policies and practices with recommendations and a plan for the removal of access barriers identified. INDOT is in the process of a completing a comprehensive self-evaluation of all its programs and facilities. To ensure that the public is given an opportunity to review, comment and participate fully in the planning process INDOT is publishing this document for public comment. INDOT will review all public comments received and may at its discretion modify the documents to accommodate the public's recommendations. Please submit your written comments to Erin Hall.
- 2015 Self-Evaluation and Updated ADA Transition Plan word | pdf
- 2013 Self-Evaluation and Updated ADA Transition Plan word | pdf
- 2011 Self-Evaluation and Updated ADA Transition Plan word | pdf
Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS)
INDOT is committed to meet the accessibility and mobility needs of blind, low-vision, deaf, and hearing impaired persons in a non-discriminatory manner consistent with the intent and/or requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504). As an agency, INDOT is committed to implementing the installation of accessible pedestrian signals to ensure that where our pedestrian facilities communicate information, we also include features that provide information in a format that is accessible to individuals who are blind, have low vision, are deaf, or have impaired hearing.
Requests for the installation of an APS may be filed by the following method:
- Print an External Request Form for the Installation of Accessible Pedestrian Signal (APS), complete, sign, date, and return to the appended address.
INDOT will acknowledge receipt of a request within 15 business days and conclude all external requests in writing within 90 days of a properly submitted request.
- Title VI Information and Training
- ADA Community Advisory Working Group
- External Discrimination Complaint Form
Erin L. Hall, Attorney
Title VI/ADA Program Manager
100 N. Senate Ave., IGCN 730
Indianapolis, IN 46204