Right of way practical design is good for all users.
Practical design should meet the needs of all users. Understanding and focusing on the specific and diverse needs of different disabilities is essential to ensuring that mobility, visual and auditory disabilities are addressed in the design. This video reviews practical design tips to stay ADA compliant.
Michael A. Wilmore, P.E.
Wilmore Engineering, LLC
- Project manager with the Baltimore City Department of Transportation for nearly ten years and over 25 years in private practice as a consulting engineer for various public and private clients primarily relating to roadways, parks, and development sites
- Practice focal areas are the assessments, design, review, administrative oversight, and construction of new and retrofitted trails, sidewalks, paths, intersections, and building entrances from rural to ultra-urban areas
- Frequent speaker and creator of original technical and project-specific content to professional associations, students, and the public covering design, permits, administration, and construction of transportation-related civil engineering
- Emphasis on human factors and context-appropriate engineering has led to many projects and personal awards, designation as a forensic expert witness, peer reviewer for the Transportation Research Board, and leadership roles with professional and community groups
- M.B.A. degree, University of Maryland; B.S. degree in engineering, University of Kentucky
- Can be contacted at 443-250-9227 or [email protected]
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