Accessible Parking (RV-11298AW)
Saturday, September 23, 2017, midnight
Sunday, December 31, 2017, midnight CST
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In order to have an accessible site where parking is provided, people must be able to get to the site first. This means accessible parking is a necessity. This is a common part of the accessibility codes that most design professionals and building inspectors will have to deal with in their everyday work. Parking is easy to make accessible, but also easy to get wrong. This interactive, online course will point out why this should be a top priority and how to avoid the pitfalls. Components of accessible parking, location, and how many spaces are required will also be discussed.
List how many accessible parking spaces, and what type, are needed at a given example site.
List the components of an accessible parking space.
Identify if a parking space is accessible according to the 2010 ADA Standards, sections 208 and 502.
Recall the steps needed to bring non-compliant accessible parking into compliance with the 2010 ADA Standards.