IDDEA Conference. Donna Buchwald Deputy Director, Office of Local Systems Michael Ross ADA Design Coordinator, Office of Design. Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibilities Guidelines (ADAAG) (2010)
Deputy Director, Office of Local Systems
ADA Design Coordinator, Office of Design
Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibilities Guidelines (ADAAG) (2010)
DOT needed more guidance on how to design and build according to the LAW.
The Design Manual is the Iowa DOT’s interpretation of PROWAG and is the standard for all governmental entities in the State. It will be the standard in which complaints will be judged.
Chapter 12 of the Design Manual
Design Manual InformationSidewalkChapter 12A-1----- General Sidewalk Requirementshttp://www.iowadot.gov/design/dmanual/12A-01.pdfChapter 12A-2----- Accessible Sidewalk Requirementshttp://www.iowadot.gov/design/dmanual/12A-02.pdfChapter 12A-3----- Protruding Objectshttp://www.iowadot.gov/design/dmanual/12a-03.pdfChapter 12A-4----- Pedestrian Facilities During Constructionhttp://www.iowadot.gov/design/dmanual/12a-04.pdfBike PathsBicycle and Pedestrian Facilitieshttp://www.iowadot.gov/design/dmanual/12B-01.pdfShared Use Path Designhttp://www.iowadot.gov/design/dmanual/12B-02.pdf
Plan Sheet InformationS Sheets http://www.iowadot.gov/design/dmanual/01F-18.pdfDirections for Tab 113-10http://www.iowadot.gov/design/dmanual/01e-07/113-10.pdfLocation for 113 Tab Series at bottom of page (Tabs for Sidewalks, Sidewalk Closures, Pedestrian Channelizers, Sidewalk compliance) http://www.iowadot.gov/design/100s.htmlStandard Road Plans TC-601 and TC-602http://www.iowadot.gov/design/stdplne_tc.htmMaterials I.M.shttp://www.iowadot.gov/erl/current/IM/content/411.pdfSpecifications http://www.iowadot.gov/specifications/new_docs/GS-12001.pdfFormshttps://forms.iowadot.gov/FormsMgt/External/517118.pdf