Please join us along with the APWA Southwest Branch on Wednesday, October 24th for our October Luncheon, a presentation by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) on ADA Construction Compliance for Local Agencies.
The presentation will cover IDOT ADA/PROWAG construction guidance and touch on IDOT's transition plan, IDOT construction forms, alternate temporary pedestrian access routes during construction, construction requirements and lessons learned.
ITE and APWA is honored to host Mr. Carlos Feliciano and Ms. Amruta Mate from IDOT Region One Bureau of Programming as the event speakers.
Carlos A. Feliciano, P.E.
Carlos is the IDOT District One In-House Project and Environmental Studies Unit Head in the Bureau of Programming. He is also the District's ADA and Bikeway Coordinator. Carlos has 16 years of experience with IDOT mainly focused in preliminary engineering and environmental studies covered under the Federal National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) for pedestrian and bicycle accessibility, bridges and intersection improvements. Carlos is also part of the IDOT Professional Development Training Cadre teaching classes in ADA/PROWAG, Roundabout Design and Phase I Engineering. Carlos has been ADA Coordinator since 2015, along with Amruta Mate, Project Manager and ADA Coordinator, in IDOT's District I which is located in northeastern Illinois and includes State Highways in the Chicagoland and surrounding collar county area including Cook, Lake, McHenry, Will, DuPage, and Kane Counties.
Amruta Mate, P.E.
Amruta is the IDOT District One In-House Project and Environmental Studies Squad Leader in the Bureau of Programming. She is also the District's ADA Coordinator with Carlos Feliciano. Amruta has 8 years of experience with IDOT including 3 years as the ADA Coordinator. Amruta assists with proving ADA/ PROWAG training annually at IDOT.
A great opportunity to network, meet new colleagues and to learn the latest information regarding ADA/PROWAG compliance for transportation projects!
Come join us while tickets are available.
Students/Public Sector: $20