Advisory 1001.1 Scope. Unless otherwise modified or specifically addressed in Chapter 10, all other ADAAG provisions apply to the design and construction of recreation facilities and elements. The provisions in Section 1001.1 apply wherever these elements are provided. For example, office buildings may contain a room with exercise equipment to which these sections would apply.
Advisory 1002.2 Accessible Routes Exception 1. Steeper slopes are permitted on accessible routes connecting the amusement ride in the load and unload position where it is "structurally or operationally infeasible." In most cases, this will be limited to areas where the accessible route leads directly to the amusement ride and where there are space limitations on the ride, not the queue line. Where possible, the least possible slope should be used on the accessible route that serves the amusement ride.
Floors of amusement rides with wheelchair spaces and floors of load and unload areas shall be coordinated so that, when amusement rides are at rest in the load and unload position, the vertical difference between the floors shall be within plus or minus 5/8 inches (16 mm) and the horizontal gap shall be 3 inches (75 mm) maximum under normal passenger load conditions.
EXCEPTION: Where compliance is not operationally or structurally feasible, ramps, bridge plates, or similar devices complying with the applicable requirements of 36 CFR 1192.83(c) shall be provided.
Advisory 1002.4.3 Gaps Exception. 36 CFR 1192.83(c) ADA Accessibility Guidelines for Transportation Vehicles — Light Rail Vehicles and Systems — Mobility Aid Accessibility is available at www.access-board.gov. It includes provisions for bridge plates and ramps that can be used at gaps between wheelchair spaces and floors of load and unload areas.
Clearances for wheelchair spaces shall comply with 1002.4.4.
Advisory 1002.4.4 Clearances Exception 3. This exception for protruding objects applies to the ride devices, not to circulation areas or accessible routes in the queue lines or the load and unload areas.
Where wheelchair spaces are entered only from the side, amusement rides shall be designed to permit sufficient maneuvering clearance for individuals using a wheelchair or mobility aid to enter and exit the ride.
Advisory 1002.4.4.2 Side Entry. The amount of clear space needed within the ride, and the size and position of the opening are interrelated. A 32 inch (815 mm) clear opening will not provide sufficient width when entered through a turn into an amusement ride. Additional space for maneuvering and a wider door will be needed where a side opening is centered on the ride. For example, where a 42 inch (1065 mm) opening is provided, a minimum clear space of 60 inches (1525 mm) in length and 36 inches (915 mm) in depth is needed to ensure adequate space for maneuvering.
Objects are permitted to protrude a distance of 6 inches (150 mm) maximum along the front of the wheelchair space, where located 9 inches (230 mm) minimum and 27 inches (685 mm) maximum above the floor or ground surface of the wheelchair space. Objects are permitted to protrude a distance of 25 inches (635 mm) maximum along the front of the wheelchair space, where located more than 27 inches (685 mm) above the floor or ground surface of the wheelchair space.
EXCEPTION: Where shoulder-to-shoulder companion seating is not operationally or structurally feasible, compliance with this requirement shall be required to the maximum extent practicable.
Amusement ride seats designed for transfer shall comply with 1002.5 when positioned for loading and unloading.
Advisory 1002.5 Amusement Ride Seats Designed for Transfer. The proximity of the clear floor or ground space next to an element and the height of the element one is transferring to are both critical for a safe and independent transfer. Providing additional clear floor or ground space both in front of and diagonal to the element will provide flexibility and will increase usability for a more diverse population of individuals with disabilities. Ride seats designed for transfer should involve only one transfer. Where possible, designers are encouraged to locate the ride seat no higher than 17 to 19 inches (430 to 485 mm) above the load and unload surface. Where greater distances are required for transfers, providing gripping surfaces, seat padding, and avoiding sharp objects in the path of transfer will facilitate the transfer.
Advisory 1002.6 Transfer Devices for Use with Amusement Rides. Transfer devices for use with amusement rides should permit individuals to make independent transfers to and from their wheelchairs or mobility devices. There are a variety of transfer devices available that could be adapted to provide access onto an amusement ride. Examples of devices that may provide for transfers include, but are not limited to, transfer systems, lifts, mechanized seats, and custom designed systems. Operators and designers have flexibility in developing designs that will facilitate individuals to transfer onto amusement rides. These systems or devices should be designed to be reliable and sturdy.
Designs that limit the number of transfers required from a wheelchair or mobility device to the ride seat are encouraged. When using a transfer device to access an amusement ride, the least number of transfers and the shortest distance is most usable. Where possible, designers are encouraged to locate the transfer device seat no higher than 17 to 19 inches (430 to 485 mm) above the load and unload surface. Where greater distances are required for transfers, providing gripping surfaces, seat padding, and avoiding sharp objects in the path of transfer will facilitate the transfer. Where a series of transfers are required to reach the amusement ride seat, each vertical transfer should not exceed 8 inches (205 mm).
Accessible routes serving boat slips shall be permitted to use the exceptions in 1003.2.1.
Advisory 1003.2.1 Boat Slips Exception 3. The following example shows how exception 3 would be applied: A gangway is provided to a floating pier which is required to be on an accessible route. The vertical distance is 10 feet (3050 mm) between the elevation where the gangway departs the landside connection and the elevation of the pier surface at the lowest water level. Exception 3 permits the gangway to be 80 feet (24 m) long. Another design solution would be to have two 40 foot (12 m) plus continuous gangways joined together at a float, where the float (as the water level falls) will stop dropping at an elevation five feet below the landside connection. The length of transition plates would not be included in determining if the gangway(s) meet the requirements of the exception.
Advisory 1003.3 Clearances. Although the minimum width of the clear pier space is 60 inches (1525 mm), it is recommended that piers be wider than 60 inches (1525 mm) to improve the safety for persons with disabilities, particularly on floating piers.
Boat slips shall provide clear pier space 60 inches (1525 mm) wide minimum and at least as long as the boat slips. Each 10 feet (3050 mm) maximum of linear pier edge serving boat slips shall contain at least one continuous clear opening 60 inches (1525 mm) wide minimum.
Advisory 1003.3.1 Boat Slip Clearance Exception 3. Where the conditions in exception 3 are satisfied, existing facilities are only required to have one accessible boat slip with a pier clearance which runs the length of the slip. All other accessible slips are allowed to have the required pier clearance at the head of the slip. Under this exception, at piers with perpendicular boat slips, the width of most "finger piers" will remain unchanged. However, where mooring systems for floating piers are replaced as part of pier alteration projects, an opportunity may exist for increasing accessibility. Piers may be reconfigured to allow an increase in the number of wider finger piers, and serve as accessible boat slips.
Boarding piers at boat launch ramps shall provide clear pier space 60 inches (1525 mm) wide minimum and shall extend the full length of the boarding pier. Every 10 feet (3050 mm) maximum of linear pier edge shall contain at least one continuous clear opening 60 inches (1525 mm) wide minimum.
Advisory 1003.3.2 Boarding Pier Clearances. These requirements do not establish a minimum length for accessible boarding piers at boat launch ramps. The accessible boarding pier should have a length at least equal to that of other boarding piers provided at the facility. If no other boarding pier is provided, the pier would have a length equal to what would have been provided if no access requirements applied. The entire length of accessible boarding piers would be required to comply with the same technical provisions that apply to accessible boat slips. For example, at a launch ramp, if a 20 foot (6100 mm) long accessible boarding pier is provided, the entire 20 feet (6100 mm) must comply with the pier clearance requirements in 1003.3. Likewise, if a 60 foot (18 m) long accessible boarding pier is provided, the pier clearance requirements in 1003.3 would apply to the entire 60 feet (18 m).
The following example applies to a boat launch ramp boarding pier: A chain of floats is provided on a launch ramp to be used as a boarding pier which is required to be accessible by 1003.3.2. At high water, the entire chain is floating and a transition plate connects the first float to the surface of the launch ramp. As the water level decreases, segments of the chain end up resting on the launch ramp surface, matching the slope of the launch ramp.
Exercise machines and equipment shall have a clear floor space complying with 305 positioned for transfer or for use by an individual seated in a wheelchair. Clear floor or ground spaces required at exercise machines and equipment shall be permitted to overlap.
Advisory 1004.1 Clear Floor Space. One clear floor or ground space is permitted to be shared between two pieces of exercise equipment. To optimize space use, designers should carefully consider layout options such as connecting ends of the row and center aisle spaces. The position of the clear floor space may vary greatly depending on the use of the equipment or machine. For example, to provide access to a shoulder press machine, clear floor space next to the seat would be appropriate to allow for transfer. Clear floor space for a bench press machine designed for use by an individual seated in a wheelchair, however, will most likely be centered on the operating mechanisms.
At least 25 percent of the railings, guards, or handrails shall be 34 inches (865 mm) maximum above the ground or deck surface.
EXCEPTION: Where a guard complying with sections 1003.2.12.1 and 1003.2.12.2 of the International Building Code (2000 edition) or sections 1012.2 and 1012.3 of the International Building Code (2003 edition) (incorporated by reference, see "Referenced Standards" in Chapter 1) is provided, the guard shall not be required to comply with 1005.2.1.
Railings, guards, or handrails required to comply with 1005.2.1 shall be dispersed throughout the fishing pier or platform.
Advisory 1005.2.1.1 Dispersion. Portions of the railings that are lowered to provide fishing opportunities for persons with disabilities must be located in a variety of locations on the fishing pier or platform to give people a variety of locations to fish. Different fishing locations may provide varying water depths, shade (at certain times of the day), vegetation, and proximity to the shoreline or bank.
Advisory 1005.3 Edge Protection. Edge protection is required only where railings, guards, or handrails are provided on a fishing pier or platform. Edge protection will prevent wheelchairs or other mobility devices from slipping off the fishing pier or platform. Extending the deck of the fishing pier or platform 12 inches (305 mm) where the 34 inch (865 mm) high railing is provided is an alternative design, permitting individuals using wheelchairs or other mobility devices to pull into a clear space and move beyond the face of the railing. In such a design, curbs or barriers are not required.
The ground or deck surface shall extend 12 inches (305 mm) minimum beyond the inside face of the railing. Toe clearance shall be provided and shall be 30 inches (760 mm) wide minimum and 9 inches (230 mm) minimum above the ground or deck surface beyond the railing.
Accessible routes serving teeing grounds, practice teeing grounds, putting greens, practice putting greens, teeing stations at driving ranges, course weather shelters, golf car rental areas, bag drop areas, and course toilet rooms shall comply with Chapter 4 and shall be 48 inches (1220 mm) wide minimum. Where handrails are provided, accessible routes shall be 60 inches (1525 mm) wide minimum.
EXCEPTION: Handrails shall not be required on golf courses. Where handrails are provided on golf courses, the handrails shall not be required to comply with 505.
Advisory 1006.2 Accessible Routes. The 48 inch (1220 mm) minimum width for the accessible route is necessary to ensure passage of a golf car on either the accessible route or the golf car passage. This is important where the accessible route is used to connect the golf car rental area, bag drop areas, practice putting greens, practice teeing grounds, course toilet rooms, and course weather shelters. These are areas outside the boundary of the golf course, but are areas where an individual using an adapted golf car may travel. A golf car passage may not be substituted for other accessible routes to be located outside the boundary of the course. For example, an accessible route connecting an accessible parking space to the entrance of a golf course clubhouse is not covered by this provision.
Providing a golf car passage will permit a person that uses a golf car to practice driving a golf ball from the same position and stance used when playing the game. Additionally, the space required for a person using a golf car to enter and maneuver within the teeing stations required to be accessible should be considered.
Accessible routes serving holes on miniature golf courses shall comply with Chapter 4. Accessible routes located on playing surfaces of miniature golf holes shall be permitted to use the exceptions in 1007.2.
All areas within holes where golf balls rest shall be within 36 inches (915 mm) maximum of a clear floor or ground space 36 inches (915 mm) wide minimum and 48 inches (1220 mm) long minimum having a running slope not steeper than 1:20. The clear floor or ground space shall be served by an accessible route.
Advisory 1007.3.2 Golf Club Reach Range Area. The golf club reach range applies to all holes required to be accessible. This includes accessible routes provided adjacent to or, where provided, on the playing surface of the hole.
Accessible routes serving water play components shall be permitted to use the exceptions in 1008.2.3.
Advisory 1008.2.3 Water Play Components. Personal wheelchairs and mobility devices may not be appropriate for submerging in water when using play components in water. Some may have batteries, motors, and electrical systems that when submerged in water may cause damage to the personal mobility device or wheelchair or may contaminate the water. Providing an aquatic wheelchair made of non-corrosive materials and designed for access into the water will protect the water from contamination and avoid damage to personal wheelchairs.
At ground level, the clear width of accessible routes shall be 60 inches (1525 mm) minimum.
The clear width of accessible routes connecting elevated play components shall be 36 inches (915 mm) minimum.
Advisory 1008.2.6 Ground Surfaces. Ground surfaces must be inspected and maintained regularly to ensure continued compliance with the ASTM F 1951 standard. The type of surface material selected and play area use levels will determine the frequency of inspection and maintenance activities.
Where transfer systems are provided to connect to elevated play components, transfer systems shall comply with 1008.3.
Advisory 1008.3 Transfer Systems. Where transfer systems are provided, consideration should be given to the distance between the transfer system and the elevated play components. Moving between a transfer platform and a series of transfer steps requires extensive exertion for some children. Designers should minimize the distance between the points where a child transfers from a wheelchair or mobility device and where the elevated play components are located. Where elevated play components are used to connect to another elevated play component instead of an accessible route, careful consideration should be used in the selection of the play components used for this purpose.
Transfer platforms shall be provided where transfer is intended from wheelchairs or other mobility aids. Transfer platforms shall comply with 1008.3.1.
Transfer steps shall be provided where movement is intended from transfer platforms to levels with elevated play components required to be on accessible routes. Transfer steps shall comply with 1008.3.2.
At least one means of support for transferring shall be provided.
Advisory 1008.3.2.3 Transfer Supports. Transfer supports are required on transfer platforms and transfer steps to assist children when transferring. Some examples of supports include a rope loop, a loop type handle, a slot in the edge of a flat horizontal or vertical member, poles or bars, or D rings on the corner posts.
Advisory 1008.4.2 Clear Floor or Ground Space. Clear floor or ground spaces, turning spaces, and accessible routes are permitted to overlap within play areas. A specific location has not been designated for the clear floor or ground spaces or turning spaces, except swings, because each play component may require that the spaces be placed in a unique location. Where play components include a seat or entry point, designs that provide for an unobstructed transfer from a wheelchair or other mobility device are recommended. This will enhance the ability of children with disabilities to independently use the play component.
When designing play components with manipulative or interactive features, consider appropriate reach ranges for children seated in wheelchairs. The following table provides guidance on reach ranges for children seated in wheelchairs. These dimensions apply to either forward or side reaches. The reach ranges are appropriate for use with those play components that children seated in wheelchairs may access and reach. Where transfer systems provide access to elevated play components, the reach ranges are not appropriate.
|CHILDREN'S REACH RANGES|
|FORWARD OR SIDE REACH||AGES 3 AND 4||AGES 5 THROUGH 8||AGES 9 THROUGH 12|
|High (maximum)||36 in (915)||40 in (1015 mm)||44 in (1120 mm)|
|Low (minimum)||20 in (510 mm)||18 in (455 mm)||16 in (405 mm)|
Where play tables are provided, knee clearance 24 inches (610 mm) high minimum, 17 inches deep (430 mm) minimum, and 30 inches (760 mm) wide minimum shall be provided. The tops of rims, curbs, or other obstructions shall be 31 inches (785 mm) high maximum.
EXCEPTION: Play tables designed and constructed primarily for children 5 years and younger shall not be required to provide knee clearance where the clear floor or ground space required by 1008.4.2 is arranged for a parallel approach.
Pool lifts shall comply with 1009.2.
Advisory 1009.2 Pool Lifts. There are a variety of seats available on pool lifts ranging from sling seats to those that are preformed or molded. Pool lift seats with backs will enable a larger population of persons with disabilities to use the lift. Pool lift seats that consist of materials that resist corrosion and provide a firm base to transfer will be usable by a wider range of people with disabilities. Additional options such as armrests, head rests, seat belts, and leg support will enhance accessibility and better accommodate people with a wide range of disabilities.
Pool lifts shall be located where the water level does not exceed 48 inches (1220 mm).
In the raised position, the centerline of the seat shall be located over the deck and 16 inches (405 mm) minimum from the edge of the pool. The deck surface between the centerline of the seat and the pool edge shall have a slope not steeper than 1:48.
On the side of the seat opposite the water, a clear deck space shall be provided parallel with the seat. The space shall be 36 inches (915 mm) wide minimum and shall extend forward 48 inches (1220 mm) minimum from a line located 12 inches (305 mm) behind the rear edge of the seat. The clear deck space shall have a slope not steeper than 1:48.
The height of the lift seat shall be designed to allow a stop at 16 inches (405 mm) minimum to 19 inches (485 mm) maximum measured from the deck to the top of the seat surface when in the raised (load) position.
Footrests shall be provided and shall move with the seat. If provided, the armrest positioned opposite the water shall be removable or shall fold clear of the seat when the seat is in the raised (load) position.
EXCEPTION: Footrests shall not be required on pool lifts provided in spas.
The lift shall be capable of unassisted operation from both the deck and water levels. Controls and operating mechanisms shall be unobstructed when the lift is in use and shall comply with 309.4.
Advisory 1009.2.7 Operation. Pool lifts must be capable of unassisted operation from both the deck and water levels. This will permit a person to call the pool lift when the pool lift is in the opposite position. It is extremely important for a person who is swimming alone to be able to call the pool lift when it is in the up position so he or she will not be stranded in the water for extended periods of time awaiting assistance. The requirement for a pool lift to be independently operable does not preclude assistance from being provided.
The lift shall be designed so that the seat will submerge to a water depth of 18 inches (455 mm) minimum below the stationary water level.
Single person pool lifts shall have a weight capacity of 300 pounds (136 kg) minimum and be capable of sustaining a static load of at least one and a half times the rated load.
Advisory 1009.2.9 Lifting Capacity. Single person pool lifts must be capable of supporting a minimum weight of 300 pounds (136 kg) and sustaining a static load of at least one and a half times the rated load. Pool lifts should be provided that meet the needs of the population they serve. Providing a pool lift with a weight capacity greater than 300 pounds (136 kg) may be advisable.
Sloped entries shall comply with 1009.3.
Advisory 1009.3 Sloped Entries. Personal wheelchairs and mobility devices may not be appropriate for submerging in water. Some may have batteries, motors, and electrical systems that when submerged in water may cause damage to the personal mobility device or wheelchair or may contaminate the pool water. Providing an aquatic wheelchair made of non-corrosive materials and designed for access into the water will protect the water from contamination and avoid damage to personal wheelchairs or other mobility aids.
Sloped entries shall comply with Chapter 4 except as modified in 1109.3.1 through 1109.3.3.
EXCEPTION: Where sloped entries are provided, the surfaces shall not be required to be slip resistant.
Sloped entries shall extend to a depth of 24 inches (610 mm) minimum and 30 inches (760 mm) maximum below the stationary water level. Where landings are required by 405.7, at least one landing shall be located 24 inches (610 mm) minimum and 30 inches (760 mm) maximum below the stationary water level.
EXCEPTION: In wading pools, the sloped entry and landings, if provided, shall extend to the deepest part of the wading pool.
At least two handrails complying with 505 shall be provided on the sloped entry. The clear width between required handrails shall be 33 inches (840 mm) minimum and 38 inches (965 mm) maximum.
A clear deck space of 60 inches (1525 mm) minimum by 60 inches (1525 mm) minimum with a slope not steeper than 1:48 shall be provided at the base of the transfer wall. Where one grab bar is provided, the clear deck space shall be centered on the grab bar. Where two grab bars are provided, the clear deck space shall be centered on the clearance between the grab bars.
The height of the transfer wall shall be 16 inches (405 mm) minimum and 19 inches (485 mm) maximum measured from the deck.
The depth of the transfer wall shall be 12 inches (305 mm) minimum and 16 inches (405 mm) maximum. The length of the transfer wall shall be 60 inches (1525 mm) minimum and shall be centered on the clear deck space.
At least one grab bar complying with 609 shall be provided on the transfer wall. Grab bars shall be perpendicular to the pool wall and shall extend the full depth of the transfer wall. The top of the gripping surface shall be 4 inches (100 mm) minimum and 6 inches (150 mm) maximum above transfer walls. Where one grab bar is provided, clearance shall be 24 inches (610 mm) minimum on both sides of the grab bar. Where two grab bars are provided, clearance between grab bars shall be 24 inches (610 mm) minimum.
EXCEPTION: Grab bars on transfer walls shall not be required to comply with 609.4.
A transfer platform shall be provided at the head of each transfer system. Transfer platforms shall provide 19 inches (485 mm) minimum clear depth and 24 inches (610 mm) minimum clear width.
A transfer space of 60 inches (1525 mm) minimum by 60 inches (1525 mm) minimum with a slope not steeper than 1:48 shall be provided at the base of the transfer platform surface and shall be centered along a 24 inch (610 mm) minimum side of the transfer platform. The side of the transfer platform serving the transfer space shall be unobstructed.
Transfer step height shall be 8 inches (205 mm) maximum. The surface of the bottom tread shall extend to a water depth of 18 inches (455 mm) minimum below the stationary water level.
Advisory 1009.5.4 Transfer Steps. Where possible, the height of the transfer step should be minimized to decrease the distance an individual is required to lift up or move down to reach the next step to gain access.
Each transfer step shall have a tread clear depth of 14 inches (355 mm) minimum and 17 inches (430 mm) maximum and shall have a tread clear width of 24 inches (610 mm) minimum.
At least one grab bar on each transfer step and the transfer platform or a continuous grab bar serving each transfer step and the transfer platform shall be provided. Where a grab bar is provided on each step, the tops of gripping surfaces shall be 4 inches (100 mm) minimum and 6 inches (150 mm) maximum above each step and transfer platform. Where a continuous grab bar is provided, the top of the gripping surface shall be 4 inches (100 mm) minimum and 6 inches (150 mm) maximum above the step nosing and transfer platform. Grab bars shall comply with 609 and be located on at least one side of the transfer system. The grab bar located at the transfer platform shall not obstruct transfer.
EXCEPTION: Grab bars on transfer systems shall not be required to comply with 609.4.
Pool stairs shall comply with 504.
EXCEPTION: Pool step riser heights shall not be required to be 4 inches (100 mm) high minimum and 7 inches (180 mm) high maximum provided that riser heights are uniform.
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|Figure 104||Graphic Convention for Figures||3|
|Figure 302.2||Carpet Pile Height||61|
|Figure 302.3||Elongated Openings in Floor or Ground Surfaces||62|
|Figure 303.2||Vertical Change in Level||62|
|Figure 303.3||Beveled Change in Level||62|
|Figure 304.3.2||T-Shaped Turning Space||63|
|Figure 305.3||Clear Floor or Ground Space||64|
|Figure 305.5||Position of Clear Floor or Ground Space||64|
|Figure 305.7.1||Maneuvering Clearance in an Alcove, Forward Approach||64|
|Figure 305.7.2||Maneuvering Clearance in an Alcove, Parallel Approach||65|
|Figure 306.2||Toe Clearance||65|
|Figure 306.3||Knee Clearance||66|
|Figure 307.2||Limits of Protruding Objects||67|
|Figure 307.3||Post-Mounted Protruding Objects||67|
|Figure 307.4||Vertical Clearance||68|
|Figure 308.2.1||Unobstructed Forward Reach||68|
|Figure 308.2.2||Obstructed High Forward Reach||69|
|Figure 308.3.1||Unobstructed Side Reach||69|
|Figure 308.3.2||Obstructed High Side Reach||70|
|Figure 403.5.1||Clear Width of an Accessible Route||71|
|Figure 403.5.2||Clear Width at Turn||72|
|Figure 404.2.3||Clear Width of Doorways||73|
|Figure 404.2.4.1||Maneuvering Clearances at Manual Swinging Doors and Gates||74-75|
|Figure 404.2.4.2||Maneuvering Clearances at Doorways without Doors, Sliding Doors,Gates, and Folding Doors||76|
|Figure 404.2.4.3||Maneuvering Clearances at Recessed Doors and Gates||77|
|Figure 404.2.6||Doors in Series and Gates in Series||77|
|Figure 405.7||Ramp Landings||80|
|Figure 405.9.1||Extended Floor or Ground Surface Edge Protection||81|
|Figure 405.9.2||Curb or Barrier Edge Protection||81|
|Figure 406.2||Counter Slope of Surfaces Adjacent to Curb Ramps||82|
|Figure 406.3||Sides of Curb Ramps||82|
|Figure 406.4||Landings at the Top of Curb Ramps||82|
|Figure 406.6||Diagonal or Corner Type Curb Ramps||83|
|Figure 406.7||Islands in Crossings||83|
|Figure 406.8||Detectable Warnings at Curb Ramps Subject to DOT Regulation 49 CFR 37.21||84|
|Figure 407.2.2.2||Visible Hall Signals||85|
|Figure 407.2.3.1||Floor Designations on Jambs of Elevator Hoistway Entrances||86|
|Figure 407.2.3.2||Car Designations on Jambs of Destination-Oriented Elevator Hoistway Entrances||86|
|Figure 407.4.1||Elevator Car Dimensions||88-89|
|Figure 408.4.1||Limited-Use/Limited-Application (LULA) Elevator Car Dimensions||93|
|Figure 409.4.6.2||Location of Private Residence Elevator Control Panel||95|
|Figure 410.6||Platform Lift Doors and Gates||96|
|Figure 502.2||Vehicle Parking Spaces||97|
|Figure 502.3||Parking Space Access Aisle||98|
|Figure 503.3||Passenger Loading Zone Access Aisle||100|
|Figure 504.5||Stair Nosings||101|
|Figure 505.4||Handrail Height||102|
|Figure 505.5||Handrail Clearance||103|
|Figure 505.6||Horizontal Projections Below Gripping Surface||103|
|Figure 505.7.2||Handrail Non-Circular Cross Section||104|
|Figure 505.10.1||Top and Bottom Handrail Extension at Ramps||104|
|Figure 505.10.2||Top Handrail Extension at Stairs||105|
|Figure 505.10.3||Bottom Handrail Extension at Stairs||105|
|Figure 602.5||Drinking Fountain Spout Location||107|
|Figure 604.2||Water Closet Location||108|
|Figure 604.3.1||Size of Clearance at Water Closets||109|
|Figure 604.3.2||(Exception) Overlap of Water Closet Clearance in Residential Dwelling Units||109|
|Figure 604.5.1||Side Wall Grab Bar at Water Closets||110|
|Figure 604.5.2||Rear Wall Grab Bar at Water Closets||111|
|Figure 604.7||Dispenser Outlet Location||111|
|Figure 604.8.1.1||Size of Wheelchair Accessible Toilet Compartment||112|
|Figure 604.8.1.2||Wheelchair Accessible Toilet Compartment Doors||112|
|Figure 604.8.1.4||Wheelchair Accessible Toilet Compartment Toe Clearance||113|
|Figure 604.8.1.6||Accessible Toilet Compartment in New Construction||113|
|Figure 604.8.2||Ambulatory Accessible Toilet Compartment||114|
|Figure 605.2||Height and Depth of Urinals||116|
|Figure 607.2||Clearance for Bathtubs||117|
|Figure 607.4.1||Grab Bars for Bathtubs with Permanent Seats||118|
|Figure 607.4.2||Grab Bars for Bathtubs with Removable In-Tub Seats||118|
|Figure 607.5||Bathtub Control Location||119|
|Figure 608.2.1||Transfer Type Shower Compartment Size and Clearance||120|
|Figure 608.2.2||Standard Roll-In Type Shower Compartment Size and Clearance||120|
|Figure 608.2.3||Alternate Roll-In Type Shower Compartment Size and Clearance||121|
|Figure 608.3.1||Grab Bars for Transfer Type Showers||121|
|Figure 608.3.2||Grab Bars for Standard Roll-In Type Showers||122|
|Figure 608.3.3||Grab Bars for Alternate Roll-In Type Showers||122|
|Figure 608.5.1||Transfer Type Shower Compartment Control Location||123|
|Figure 608.5.2||Standard Roll-In Type Shower Compartment Control Location||123|
|Figure 608.5.3||Alternate Roll-In Type Shower Compartment Control Location||124|
|Figure 609.2.2||Grab Bar Non-Circular Cross Section||125|
|Figure 609.3||Spacing of Grab Bars||125|
|Figure 610.2||Bathtub Seats||126|
|Figure 610.3||Extent of Seat||126|
|Figure 610.3.1||Rectangular Shower Seat||127|
|Figure 610.3.2||L-Shaped Shower Seat||127|
|Figure 611.4||Height of Laundry Compartment Opening||128|
|Figure 703.2.5||Height of Raised Characters||129|
|Figure 703.3.1||Braille Measurement||130|
|Figure 703.3.2||Position of Braille||131|
|Figure 703.4.1||Height of Tactile Characters Above Finish Floor or Ground||131|
|Figure 703.4.2||Location of Tactile Signs at Doors||132|
|Figure 703.6.1||Pictogram Field||133|
|Figure 703.7.2.1||International Symbol of Accessibility||134|
|Figure 703.7.2.2||International Symbol of TTY||134|
|Figure 703.7.2.3||Volume Control Telephone||134|
|Figure 703.7.2.4||International Symbol of Access for Hearing Loss||134|
|Figure 704.2.1.1||Parallel Approach to Telephone||135|
|Figure 704.2.1.2||Forward Approach to Telephone||135|
|Figure 705.1||Size and Spacing of Truncated Domes||136|
|Figure 707.6.2||Numeric Key Layout||139|
|Figure 802.1.2||Width of Wheelchair Spaces in Assembly Areas||141|
|Figure 802.1.3||Depth of Wheelchair Spaces in Assembly Areas||142|
|Figure 802.2.1.1||Lines of Sight Over the Heads of Seated Spectators||142|
|Figure 802.2.1.2||Lines of Sight Between the Heads of Seated Spectators||143|
|Figure 802.2.2.1||Lines of Sight Over the Heads of Standing Spectators||143|
|Figure 802.2.2.2||Lines of Sight Between the Heads of Standing Spectators||143|
|Figure 804.2.1||Pass Through Kitchens||145|
|Figure 804.2.2||U-Shaped Kitchens||145|
|Figure 810.2.2||Dimensions of Bus Boarding and Alighting Areas||150|
|Figure 810.3||Bus Shelters||151|
|Figure 810.10||(Exception) Track Crossings||152|
|Figure 903.4||Bench Back Support||156|
|Figure 904.3.2||Check-Out Aisle Counters||156|
|Figure 904.4||(Exception) Alteration of Sales and Service Counters||157|
|Figure 1002.4.4.3||Protrusions in Wheelchair Spaces in Amusement Rides||160|
|Figure 1003.3.1||Boat Slip Clearance||163|
|Figure 1003.3.1||(Exception 1) Clear Pier Space Reduction at Boat Slips||164|
|Figure 1003.3.1||(Exception 2) Edge Protection at Boat Slips||164|
|Figure 1003.3.2||Boarding Pier Clearance||165|
|Figure 1003.3.2||(Exception 1) Clear Pier Space Reduction at Boarding Piers||165|
|Figure 1003.3.2||(Exception 2) Edge Protection at Boarding Piers||166|
|Figure 1005.3.2||Extended Ground or Deck Surface at Fishing Piers and Platforms||167|
|Figure 1007.3.2||Golf Club Reach Range Area||169|
|Figure 1008.3.1||Transfer Platforms||171|
|Figure 1008.3.2||Transfer Steps||172|
|Figure 1009.2.2||Pool Lift Seat Location||173|
|Figure 1009.2.3||Clear Deck Space at Pool Lifts||174|
|Figure 1009.2.4||Pool Lift Seat Height||174|
|Figure 1009.2.8||Pool Lift Submerged Depth||175|
|Figure 1009.3.2||Sloped Entry Submerged Depth||176|
|Figure 1009.3.3||Handrails for Sloped Entry||176|
|Figure 1009.4.1||Clear Deck Space at Transfer Walls||177|
|Figure 1009.4.2||Transfer Wall Height||177|
|Figure 1009.4.3||Depth and Length of Transfer Walls||177|
|Figure 1009.4.5||Grab Bars for Transfer Walls||178|
|Figure 1009.5.1||Size of Transfer Platform||178|
|Figure 1009.5.2||Clear Deck Space at Transfer Platform||179|
|Figure 1009.5.4||Transfer Steps||179|
|Figure 1009.5.6||Size of Transfer Steps||180|
|Figure 1009.5.7||Grab Bars||180|