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Where the path of travel on a stair, an aisle stair, or aisle ramp continues to another stair of different rise or tread depth, another aisle stair of different rise or tread depth, or another aisle ramp of different slope, there shall be a landing whose depth is equal to or greater than the width of the aisle stair or ramp, unless otherwise permitted by one of the following:
  1. No landing shall be required within aisle stairs with nonuniform risers, as permitted by 12.2.5.6.6(7).
  2. No landing shall be required between aisle ramps of different slopes.
  3. No landing shall be required between an aisle ramp and an aisle accessway or between an aisle stair and an aisle accessway.
  4. A minimum 30 in. (760 mm) deep landing shall be permitted between an aisle stair and a stair with the same tread depths or between an aisle stair and another aisle stair with the same tread depths.
  5. A minimum 30 in. (760 mm) deep landing shall be permitted between an aisle stair and a stair with greater tread depth in the descending direction and between an aisle stair and another aisle stair with greater tread depth in the descending direction.
  6. A minimum 30 in. (760 mm) deep landing shall be permitted between an aisle stair and a stair with less tread depth in the descending direction and between an aisle stair and another aisle stair with less tread depth in the descending direction.
  7. A minimum 22 in. (560 mm) deep landing shall be permitted between an aisle ramp and a stair and between an aisle ramp and an aisle stair.
  8. No landing depth shall be required to exceed 48 in. (1220 mm).

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