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Accessibility Transition Plan

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Transition Plan
The Town of Smyrna is working to make Town programs, services and facilities accessible to all persons, especially those with disabilities. Under the American with Disabilities Act, the Town is adamant about the law.  The American with Disabilities Act Transition Plan is the Town’s commitment to providing equal access to all of its public programs, services, facilities and activities for citizens with disabilities. To develop this plan, the Town has undertaken a comprehensive evaluation of its facilities and programs to determine what types of access barriers exist for individuals with disabilities.
 
Public Right-of-Way Transition Plan (Draft Document under Development)
The Town of Smyrna, TN, is preparing an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Public Right-of-Way Transition Plan to address accessibility needs for persons with disabilities living in and visiting the Town. The plan sets priorities to improve pedestrian access routes along Town owned streets with facilities such as curb ramps, accessible pedestrian signals, and accessible transit stops.
 
Facilities Transition Plan (Draft Document under Development)
The Town of Smyrna, TN, is preparing an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) comprehensive survey of architectural barriers in numerous Town owned facilities. These surveys represent the publicly accessible locations. They also provide a good mixture of facility types provided the Town and overview of architectural barriers that prevent people with disabilities from using its facilities and participating in its programs.
 
Parks Transition Plan (Draft Document under Development)
The Town of Smyrna, TN, is preparing an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) comprehensive survey of certain parks and park facilities to bring them into compliance with ADA requirements.