Sidewalks and Walkways
If there are sidewalks in the City of Hudson that are not ADA compliant, you can file an ADA Grievance with the ADA Coordinator.
In 2020, an accessible shared use path was added to Harry Howard Avenue as part of the Empire State Trail.
In 2019, The City of Hudson improved curb ramps at 6th and State (4), St Mary’s Church (1), Washington and N 6th (1), and State and N. 5th (2).
Whenever Hudson constructs or alters a street, road, highway, or street-level pedestrian walkway, it will provide curb ramps at any intersection having curbs or other barriers to entry from a street-level pedestrian walkway. Newly constructed or altered curb ramps and street-level pedestrian sidewalks will comply with the 2010 ADA Standards.
Since 2020, six crosswalk signals have been installed. Two more are scheduled to be installed by late Spring 2021.
DRI Street Improvements
Travel and wayfinding are scheduled to be improved as part of the Complete Streets and Promenade Hill DRI projects.
Ferry Street Bridge
The city is advancing on improvements and replacement of the Ferry Street Bridge. The project is entering final design and is scheduled to be replaced in 2022.
Improve Existing Sidewalks
Hudson is a pedestrian city, and we must take steps to improve the accessibility of our sidewalks and curb ramps. Maintaining sidewalks is the responsibility of the property owner and property owners should work with Code Enforcement to ensure sidewalks are up to code. The city of Hudson is currently auditing sidewalk accessibility between service areas.
You can report ADA barriers with sidewalks and curbramps.