The City of Plymouth has developed updates to its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan for public right-of-way in accordance with Federal Highway Administration requirements. 

City Attorney Sean Surrisi told the Common Council last week that the purpose of the Transition Plan is to prioritize ADA accessibility improvements for existing public rights-of-way.  As part of the public participation process, the City of Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt and former City Engineer Rick Gaul worked with MACOG (Michiana Area Council of Governments) to make the update recommendations. 

The city is currently in a 30-day comment period.  The draft document is available for review at the Plymouth Clerk-Treasurer’s Office at 124 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth during regular business hours and on the city’s website at

Written comments will be accepted from November 9th through December 13th at 4:30 by sending the comments by email to or by mailing them to Plymouth ADA Transition Plan 124 North Michigan Street Plymouth IN 46563.  Comments may also be made at the Common Council’s regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, December 13th at 6:30 in the evening in the Council Chambers of City Hall.