About this appendix: Chapter 11 of the International Building Code® contains provisions that set forth requirements for accessibility to buildings and their associated sites and facilities for people with physical disabilities. Sections 410, 605, 705, 906, 1006, 1012.1.4, 1012.8, 1105, 1204.1, 1205.15, 1401.2.5 and 1508 in the code address accessibility provisions and alternatives permitted in existing buildings. Appendix B was added to address accessibility in construction for items that are not typically enforceable through the traditional building code enforcement process.
B101.3 Qualified Historic Buildings and Facilities Subject to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act
B101.4 Qualified Historic Buildings and Facilities Not Subject to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act
Station platforms shall be positioned to coordinate with vehicles in accordance with applicable provisions of 36 CFR Part 1192. Low-level platforms shall be 8 inches (250 mm) minimum above top of rail.
Exception: Where vehicles are boarded from sidewalks or street-level, low-level platforms shall be permitted to be less than 8 inches (250 mm).
|Y3.H626 2P||National Historic Preservation |
J101.2, 43/933 Act of 1966as amended J101.3, 3rd Edition
Washington, DC: J101.3.2US Government Printing Office, 1993
|IBC—18||International Building Code®. |
Washington, DC:International Code Council, 2017
|36 CFR |
|Americans with Disabilities Act |
Guidelines for TransportationVehicles—Rapid Rail Vehicles
|49 CFR |
Part 37Subpart C
|Alteration of Transportation |
Facilities by Public EntitiesDepartment of Transportation
400 7th Street SW, Room 8102Washington, DC 20590-0001