Review the proposed guidelines.
The proposed Public Rights?of?Way (PROW) guidelines contain scoping and technical requirements to ensure that facilities for pedestrian circulation and use located in the public right?of?way are readily accessible to and usable by pedestrians with disabilities. The 2010 ADA Standards states that all areas of newly designed and newly constructed buildings and facilities and altered portions of existing buildings and facilities shall comply with these requirements. The U.S. Access Board plans to undertake rulemaking which primarily covers facilities on sites, by adding new provisions specific to public rights?of?way. This video reviews the terms of the proposed PROW guidelines and discusses common curb ramp requirements.
More Program Information
More Program Information
John H. (Jack) Catlin, FAIA
- Partner in the office of LCM Architects
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of accessibility in the built environment; LCM consults on accessibility for large municipalities, including Chicago, Milwaukee, and Denver, and will soon be working with St. Louis
- LCM assessed curb ramp conditions throughout the City of Chicago and helped the Chicago Department of Transportation to create construction guidelines for accessible curb ramps, referencing U.S. Access Board draft guidelines
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on federal, state, and local accessibility standards and requirements; Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST, Technical Training & Technical Research, conducted approximately 45 live trainings for building industry professionals, nationwide, 2003 - 2013; FHA FIRST; webinar presenter National Association of ADA Coordinators (NADAAC), training seminars on ADA Title II, 2014 – 2017; Association on Higher Education and Disabilities (AHEAD), Seminars on Accessibility for People with Disabilities and an Overview of Federal Accessibility Regulations; ADA trainings for staff and architects of universities, corporations, municipal agencies, and professional organizations, including: American Institute of Architects, Build Boston, University of Chicago, University of Notre Dame, Northwestern University, University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, City of Chicago Department of Buildings, McDonald’s Corporation, Ben & Jerry’s, and Sears
- Written several publications related to accessibility in the built environment, including: co-author, AIA Architectural Graphic Standards 12th Edition, Functional Planning: Universal and Accessible Design, pp. 28-30; co-author, insights Paper, Moving Transit Facilities Forward with Universal Design, 2017; co-author, Architecture for Education: New School Designs from the Big Shoulders, Small Schools Competition, Universal Design: Small Schools That Fit the Whole Community, 2002; co-author, Building Operating Management Magazine, Best Practices for Incorporating Universal Design on Campus, May 2018; author, Accessibility for All: A Case Study of the Access Living Headquarters, Stroke Rehabilitation, Vol 15/No2, Mar-Apr 2008
- Professional memberships include U.S. Access Board, 1994 - 2002, chair 1995 - 1996; Public Right-of-Way Guidelines Committee; National Association of ADA Coordinators, Board of Directors, 2014 - 2017; Chicago Building Code Subcommittee on Accessibility, co-chair Metropolitan Planning Council, Board of Governors, 2018 to present; Chicago Transit Authority, Board of Directors 2002 - 2004; chair of Strategic Planning Committee, 2003 - 2004, ADA 25 Chicago, Steering Committee, 2015; Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (now Shirley Ryan Ability Lab), Board of Directors, 1998 - 2010; Chicago Community Trust, Executive Committee co-chair, Program Committee, 2007 - 2017 and Chicago 2016 Paralympic Committee
- Special recognition includes Chicago ADAPT, Leadership in Advocacy Award; National Association of ADA Coordinators, Award of Appreciation; Paralyzed Veterans of America, Barrier-Free America Award; Chicago Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities, August W. Christmann Award and The Council for Disability Rights, and The Gargoyle Award
- Can be contacted at 312-913-1717 or [email protected]
More Program Information
All of your training, right here at Lorman.
Pay once and get a full year of unlimited training in any format, any time!
- Live Webinars
- OnDemand Webinars
- MP3 Downloads
- Course Manuals
- Audio Recordings*
- Executive Reports
- White Papers and Articles
- Sponsored Live Webinars
Additional benefits include:
- State Specific Credit Tracker
- Members Only Newsletter
- All-Access Pass Course Concierge
* For audio recordings you only pay shipping
Questions? Call 877-296-2169 to speak with a real person.
Access to all training products for one year
Unlimited Lorman Training
With the All-Access Pass there is no guessing what you will need for your yearly training budget. $699 will cover all of your training needs for an entire year!
Once you purchase your All-Access Pass you will never be any further than one-click away from attending any Lorman training course.
Invest in Yourself
You haven't gotten to where you are professionally by luck alone; it's taken a lot of hard work and training. Invest in yourself with the All-Access Pass.