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Since 2006, CDOT has installed thousands of sidewalk ramps throughout the city that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. These ramps allow Chicago to reach its goal of becoming the most accessible city in America.
The lists below provide a summary of those installations. To view the lists, click on the desired link.
If you would like to report an ADA Ramp issue, click on the button below
Note: Ramps are only added to the lists after they complete a rigorous quality-control review. For 2011, some ramps already constructed may not have yet completed the quality-control review--and therefore will not show up on the monthly 2011 entries. Those lists will be updated as the review is completed.