As required by law, Buford has conducted a self-evaluation of its services, programs, activities, and facilities on public property and within public rights-of-way, and has developed an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan detailing the methods to be used to ensure compliance with ADA accessibility requirements.
This self-evaluation also examines the condition of the city’s pedestrian access routes and identifies the potential need for pedestrian infrastructure improvements. This will include sidewalks, curb ramps, and bicycle/pedestrian trails in the city’s 17.1 square miles located in both Gwinnett and Hall counties.
The transition plan is intended to be an evolving plan that will be reviewed annually to ensure it is up to date with current standards.
View the transition plan: www.tinyurl.com/BufordADA.
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