Pierce County is in the midst of a $100 million plan to bring pedestrian facilities into ADA compliance and is seeking public comment.

The project — Pierce County’s Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan for Public Rights-of-Way — includes revamping sidewalks, curb ramps, pedestrian push buttons, and driveway entrances to make the current infrastructure more accessible.

The current draft includes details such as: how much it will cost to improve public areas, funding sources, and a timeline for improvements. Pierce County staff are seeking input in the format of a short survey, online comment card, or mail-in commentary, which can be accessed at the end of the online “open house.”