Resources for Indiana Communities

INDOT monitors the compliance of all subrecipients of federal funds.  This means that if you receive and federal funding from INDOT, whether through a contract to perform work or provide professional services or as part of a grant or award for your community, INDOT is required to ensure you are in compliance with Title VI & Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) nondiscrimination and accessibility requirements.  Our goal in monitoring our subrecipients is to provide sufficient training, tools and resources to make compliance efforts manageable and easier for our subrecipients as we work together to improve Indiana communities by constructing roads, bridges, highways, and pedestrian facilities across the state.


INDOT’s Compliance Division Cordially invites Title VI and ADA Coordinators from Indiana Communities, MPOs and Transit Service Providers to its Third Annual Nondiscrimination & Accessibility Summit.  This year’s Summit will take place Thursday October 11, 2018 and Friday October 12, 2018 with Check-in starting at 8:30 am each day and our sessions running from 9 until 4:30.   There will be a break for lunch on your own each day.  The Summit will take place in the Conference Center of the Indiana Government Center South Building in Indianapolis on 302 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

UPDATE: The 2018 Summit has been approved by the Indiana Office of Admissions and Continuing Education for 8.7 hours of general Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit.

Click here to register for the summit

Information related to training opportunities as well as tools, templates and resources can be found below.