Northeast ADA Center Overview

The Northeast ADA Center is housed in the ILR School at Cornell University. It is a federally funded project that provides information, resources, & training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Center serves Individuals, organizations, and companies in New York State, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This video gives an overview of examples of the services and trainings that the Northeast ADA Center has provided to different organizations throughout its region. To learn more about the Northeast ADA Center, visit www.northeastada.org

The Northeast ADA Center and Ithaca City Sidewalk Program

The Northeast ADA Center served as a main resource of information for the Ithaca City Sidewalk Program, working to improve accessibility of sidewalks. To learn more about trainings, resources, and information about the ADA, visit us at www.northeastada.org

The Northeast ADA Center and SeaStreak

The Northeast ADA Center worked with SeaStreak, a ferry service operating from the Jersey Shore to NYC, to provide trainings to ferryboat operators to ensure inclusiveness and accessibility for all riders. To learn more about trainings, resources, and information about the ADA, visit us at www.northeastada.org

The Northeast ADA Center and the transportation industry in the U.S. Virgin Islands

The Northeast ADA Center and their affiliate, the Disability Rights Center of the Virgin Islands, is continually working to provided information and training for the transportation industry in the U.S. Virgin Islands to help ensure that people and businesses are educated about their rights and responsibilities under the ADA. To learn more about trainings, resources, and information about the ADA, visit us at www.northeastada.org