Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Transportation

TECHNICAL COLLECTION

Access to Mass Transit for Blind and Visually Impaired Travelers. (1990) Mark M. Usland, Alec F. Peck, William Wiener & Arlene Stern (Eds.). New York: American Foundation for the Blind.
[HV 1598 .A34 1990]

Access to Over-the-Road Buses for Persons with Disabilities. (1993) Office of Technology Assessment, Congress of the United States. Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
[HV 3022 .A23 1993]

Access for Persons with Disabilities to Passenger Vessels and Shore Facilities: The Impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. (1996) Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of Environment, Energy and Safety.
[HV 3023 .A3 A33 1996]

Accessible Rights-of-Way: Sidewalks, Street Crossings, Other Pedestrian Facilities: A Design Guide. (1999) Washington DC: U.S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (The Access Board).
[TE 279.5 .A33 1999]

ADA Paratransit Handbook: Implementing the Complementary Paratransit Service Requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. (1991) Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Urban Mass Transit Administration.
[HV3023 .A3 T43 1991]

Americans with Disabilities Act. Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities, Transportation Facilities, Transportation Vehicles. (1994) Washington DC: Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (The Access Board).
[KF 480 .A35 A54 1994]

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Paratransit Eligibility Manual. (1993) Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration.
[HV 3023 .A3 T44 1993]

Americans with Disabilities Act: Considerations for Sensory and Mentally Impaired Individuals in Public Accommodation. (1996) Joseph J. Sifferman & Rodger Koppa. College Station TX: Southwest Region University Transportation Center, Texas Transportation Institute.
[HV 3023 .A3 S 55 1996]

Assessment of ADA Research and Development Needs. (1997) Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration.
[HV3023 .A3 K46 1997]

Barriers to Use of Transportation Alternatives by People with Disabilities. (1998) Rodger Koppa, Becky Davies & Katherine Rodriguez. College Station TX: Southwest Region University Transportation Center, Texas Transportation Institute.
[HV 3023 .A3 K66 1998]

Directory of Specialized Transportation Providers Funded by FTA's Section 16 Program. (1994) Community Transportation Association of America. Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration.
[HV 1568.6 .C65 1994x]

Final Regulatory Impact Analysis Assessing the National Compliance Costs of the Department of Transportation's Final Rule Implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 Surface Transportation Accessibility Requirements. (1991) Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary.
[HV 3023 .A3 F56 1991]

Guidelines for Improvements to Transit Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities. (1992) Nancy Coburn, Craig Martin, Ray Thompson & David Norstrom. Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration.
[HV 3023 .A3 G85 1992]

The Impact of the ADA on Special Services Provided by Urban Transit Systems. (1994) Drachman Institute for Land and Regional Developmental Studies. Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration.
[HV 3023 .A3 R66 1994]

Improving Bus Accessibility Systems for Persons with Sensory and Cognitive Impairments (Final Report). (1993) Katherine M. Hunter-Zaworksi & Martha Hron. Washington DC : U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration.
[HV 3022 .H868 1993]

Improving Transport for People with Mobility Handicaps. (1999) European Conference of Ministers of Transport. Paris: OECD Publications.
[HV 1568.6 .I47 1999]

Improving Transportation for a Maturing Society. (1997) Washington DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy.
[HV 3023 .A3 I47 1997]

Resources for People with Disabilities: A National Directory. (1998) Elizabeth H. Oakes & John Bradford (Eds.). Chicago: Ferguson Publishing Company.
[REF HV 1553 .R48]

Toward Accessible Transportation. (1996) Rosalyn M. Simon. In, Implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act, pp. 299-335. Jane West (Ed.). Cambridge MA: Blackwell Publishers Inc.
[HV 1553 .I47 1996]

TECHNICAL COLLECTION: PROJECT ACTION REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS

Project ACTION (Accessible Community Transportation in Our Nation) is a Congressionally created national technical assistance program authorized under the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA). It promotes cooperation between the disability community and transportation industry by providing information to help transportation operators implement the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Accessible Water Transportation: A Project ACTION Best Practices Study. (1997) Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 A23 1997]

ADA Paratransit Eligibility Handbook. (1995) KRW Incorporated. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .A33 1995b]

ADA Private Transportation Handbook. (1995) Alfred LaGasse, Patricia Morrissey, Theodore C. Knappen & Randy Isaacs. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 3023 .A3 L34 1995]

ADA Public Participation Handbook. (1993) Ketron Division of the Bionetics Corporation. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 3023 .A3 A44 1993]

ADA Staff Training Program Facilitator's Guide. (1995) American Bus Association. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .A33 1995]

ADA Transportation Accessibility Reference Guide. (1993) KRW Incorporated. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .A33 1993]

An ADA Training Program on Accessibility to Transportation Vehicles, Facilities and Systems. (1995) Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .A33]

Assisting Passengers Traveling with Service Animals: Training module. (1997) Center for Urban Transportation Research. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 3023 .A3 M37 1997a]

Community Transportation for Persons with Disabilities. (1995) Easter Seal Society of Southwest Florida, Inc. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .C66 1995]

Curriculum to Introduce Travel Training to Staff Who Work With People With Disabilities. (1993) People Accessing Community Transportation, The Kennedy Center, Inc. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV1568.6 .C87 1995]

Equal Access to Safe Egress: MBTA. (1994) Katherine McGinness and Associates Inc. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .K38 1994]

The Extra Mile: A Handbook For Airport Ground Transportation Reservation Agents. (1993) Cerenio Management Group. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .E98 1993]

Integrating Conflict Resolution Tools into ADA Paratransit Operations: A Model Process. (1998) ADA Vantage. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .I58 1998]

A Lift to Freedom: The Bus Every One Can Ride. (1995) Maryland Department of Transportation. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .L54 1995]

Marketing a Modal Switch: From Metro+Plus to Local Motion. (1995) Urbitran Associates. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1586.6 .M37 1995]

On Our Own: A Project to Introduce High School Students With Physical Disabilities To Public Transportation in New York City. (1995) New York Easter Seal Society. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .O5 1995]

People Accessing Community Transportation (PACT) Travel Training Guides. (1993) The Kennedy Center Inc. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .P46 1993]

Serving Passengers with Cognitive Disabilities: A Training Program for Fixed Route Bus Operators. (1995) Nancy Bolding. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .B65 1995]

SOAR ONE: A Manual For Training Airport Transportation Drivers To Support Accessible Transportation For Persons With Disabilities. (1993) Cerenio Management Group. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .S63 1993]

SOAR TWO: A Manual For Training Airport Transportation Drivers To Support Accessible Transportation For Persons With Disabilities. (1995) Cerenio Management Group. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .S63 1995]

Tactual Maps: Accessible Information for Transit Users with Disabilities (Final Report). (1995) The Computer Center for the Visually Impaired People, Baruch College CUNY. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .T33 1995]

Talking Directory Display System for Transit Users with Disabilities (Final Report). (1997) The Computer Center for Visually Impaired People, Baruch College CUNY. Washington: DC Project ACTION.
[HV 1569.5 .T35 1997]

Teaching Safe Use of the WMATA System to Blind and Visually-Impaired Persons: Trainer's and Participant's Manual. (1993) Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .G85 1993]

Training Curricula for Transit Users with Disabilities. (1995) Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 T73 1995a]

Transit Accessibility Improvement Through Talking Signs Remote Infrared Signage: A Demonstration and Evaluation. (1995) Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 3022.T73 1995]

Transit Communications for Passengers with Hearing Impairments. (1996) Tri-Met. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 2545 .C63 1996]

Travel Training Assistance Program. (1993) Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1555.W37 W37 1993]

A Universal Securement / Restraint System for Wheeled Mobility Aids on Public Transportation Vehicles. (1995) The Oregon State University Securement System. Washington DC: Project ACTION.
[HV 1568.6 .H86 1992]

LAW COLLECTION

ADA Compliance Guide. Washington DC : Thompson Publishing Group.
[LAW KF 480 .A93 c1998]

The Americans with Disabilities Act. (1998) Margaret C. Jasper. Dobbs Ferry NY: Oceana Publications.
[LAW KF 480 .Z9 J37 1998]

The Americans with Disabilities Act Handbook, 3rd Ed. (1997) Henry H. Perritt. New York: J. Wiley.
[LAW KF 3469 P47]

Americans with Disabilities: Practice and Compliance Manual. (1992) Rochester NY: Lawyers Cooperative Publishing.
[LAW KF 480 .A6 A64 1992]

Federal Disability Law in a Nutshell. (1998) Bonnie P. Tucker. St Paul MN: West Group.
[LAW KF 480 .Z9 T83 1998]

Legal Rights of Persons with Disabilities: An Analysis Of Federal Law. (1991) Bonnie P. Tucker & Bruce Goldstein. Horsham PA: LRP Publications.
[LAW KF 480 .T82 1991]

Potential Tort Liability for Transit Agencies Arising Out of the Americans with Disabilities Act. (1998) Robert A. Hirsch. In, Legal Research Digest. Washington DC: National Research Council, Transportation Research Board.
[LAW KF 5524 .S441 no. 11]

LEGAL LOOSELEAF SERVICES

Looseleaf services concentrate on a single area of law and encompass both primary and secondary legal materials. They provide material on a very current basis, with updates published quarterly, monthly, or weekly. They are shelved in multiple binders, with tabbed sections. Looseleafs may also include hardbound volumes for older material.

Labor Relations Reporter - Americans with Disabilities Cases [Binder 10]
[Row 29 - Loose leaf services]

Americans with Disabilities Cases (hardbound)
[Row 29 - Loose leaf services]

Accommodating Disabilities
[Row 29 - Loose leaf services]

Accommodating Disabilities Business Management Guide
[Row 29 - Loose leaf services]

Accommodating Disabilities Business Management Guide Newsletter
[Row 29 - Loose leaf services]

WEBSITES

Federal Transit Administration Office of Civil Rights
http://www.fta.dot.gov/civilrights/civil_rights_2360.html

Federal Aviation Administration Office of Civil Rights
Access for People with Disabilities to Airport Facilities
http://www.faa.gov/acr/access.htm

U.S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (The Access Board)
Independent Federal agency devoted to accessibility for people with disabilities
http://www.access-board.gov/

Project ACTION
http://www.projectaction.org/

Project ACTION Accessible Traveler's Database
http://projectaction.easterseals.com/site/PageServer?pagename=ESPA_rel_links

Fly-Rights: A Consumer Guide to Air Travel
http://airconsumer.dot.gov/publications/flyrights.htm




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