The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990 to protect the civil rights of disabled citizens. The ADA has helped people with disabilities have the same access and protection as able-bodied individuals. For example, the ADA mandates the use of tactile warning systems to alert visually impaired people of changes in their path. These truncated dome systems are present at curb ramps, transit platform edges, and stairs to keep people with disabilities safe and aware. At ADA Solutions, Inc., we provide highly detectable ADA-compliant truncated warning systems to clients all over the country. Take a look at our infographic to understand more about tactile warning systems. All of our products are in compliance with the ADA to help ensure the safety of all people, regardless of ability.