Under ADA regulations, there must be at least one accessible route provided to facility entrances from the following arrival points:
- Accessible parking, or accessible passenger loading zones
- Public street and sidewalks
- From every public transportation stop serving the facility
There should be at least one fully accessible route within the boundaries of the site which originates at the point of arrival and connects all accessible buildings, facilities, and spaces within the bounds of the site.
Within a building or facility, there are many different variations of accessible routes each with their own set of guidelines. This might include an accessible route from the entrance to all other accessible rooms inside the building. It can also include making an accessible route to multiple stories and/or mezzanine within the building.
With all of the different requirements and measurements involved with providing appropriate ADA accessible routes, it is easy to see why business or building owners can get easily overwhelmed. At Protrk, ADA construction is all we do, so we have the expert knowledge needed to get it right. With one call we can do it all!
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Being involved in ADA design and construction has given me the opportunity to help a lot of business owners and commercial property owners prevent costly ADA compliant lawsuits.