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What Is DRC?

The Department of Transportation's Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides job accommodations and related services to DOT employees and job applicants. The DOT Office of Human Resource Management operates the DRC with guidance from the Departmental Office of Civil Rights. Services are provided to all DOT operating administrations nationwide. DRC also has a service agreement with the U.S. Coast Guard.

Our Mission

The Disability Resource Center supports the Department of Transportation in the employment, advancement, and retention of people with disabilities through the use of state-of-the-art technology and proactive customer services.


In fulfilling our mission, the Disability Resource Center engages in an inclusive, collaborative process with individuals with disabilities, management, Human Resources, Civil Rights and other key stakeholders to continually improve the delivery of reasonable accommodations and related services.

what we do

Reasonable Accommodations

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Information, Consultation and Referral

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Disability Awareness, Training, and Education Programs

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Section 508 Resources and Information

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We look forward to working with you!

Disability Resource Center
U.S. Department of Transportation

W56-403, M-14.4
Washington, DC 20590
Voice: (202) 493-0625, TTY: (202) 366-5273, Fax: (202) 366-3571
Headquarters Interpreting Service Voice: (202) 366-9433, TTY: (202) 366-6242
Email: Web:

Last Update: August 7, 2008

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