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Upcoming changes to ADA.gov

Soon the Department will be launching a new and improved version of ADA.gov.

What do these changes mean for users of the ADA sites?

  • When users go to ADA.gov they will see the new and improved site.
  • The former ADA.gov site will be available at archive.ADA.gov. Archiving the former site simply means that the site will no longer be updated.
  • The complete inventory of ADA technical assistance will be moving to the new ADA.gov Guidance and Resource Materials page. In the meantime, you can access all of our current technical assistance materials on archive.ada.gov.

What’s different about the new ADA.gov?

The updated version of ADA.gov is designed to better serve the public and help expand access for people with disabilities. It has a new, easy-to-navigate interface, features plain language content with less legal jargon, and is optimized for mobile devices.