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Detectable warning news from Philadelphia Biz Journal

“PennDOT broke ground on Monday on a project to replace 388 curb ramps in the Philadelphia region, which are for use by those with disabilities. The ramps are among the about 100,000 installed statewide between 1992 and 1995 in accordance with the American with Disabilities Act, which must now be replaced to meet new standards. Among the new standards are the slopes of the ramps must now have detectable warning devices so those who are visually handicapped know when they are about to go on or off a curb, PennDOT spokesman Gene Blaum said.” […]

Detectable Warning News – Ontario County

Work will include the repair of pavement joints, drainage work, pavement milling and overlay and fresh pavement markings, she said. It will also include installing detectable warning fields to sidewalks in order to alert pedestrians with visual impairments of intersections in the area. […]