Terms in this set (96)
1.10 - 1.30M
Length of Wheelchair
0.60 - 0.75M
Width of Wheelchair
Wheelchair Turning Diameter
0.70 - 1.20M
Reach of persons confined to wheelchair above floor
Leg Space clearance under tables
Stairs, Walkways, Corridors, Doors, Entrances, Lifts, Ramps, Parking Areas, Switches, Handrails, Thresholds, Floor Finishes, Drinking Fountains, Public Phone, Seating
2 wheelchair seating
4 - 50 seating capacity
4 wheelchair seating
51 - 300 seating capacity
6 wheelchair seating
301 - 500 seating capacity; additional 1 wheelchair seating for every 100 additional seats
5 disabled seats
6 disabled seats
Passenger train - per car
2 disabled seats
2 disabled seats
Additional embarkation time for disabled
International Symbol of Access
Identification for designated seats
Dropped Curb minimum width and Curb cut-outs
1 : 12 gradient
Minimum towards adjoining curbs / Curb cut-outs / ramps
1 : 20 cross gradient
Maximum Sloped towards the road to prevent water
Maximum Lowest point of dropped curb/ door thresholds
1: 20 or 5%
Preferred Walkway gradient
1:100 cross gradient
Maximum for walkways
Minimum walkway / ramp width / temporary walkway
13mm x13mm projecting at 6.5mm maximum
Maximum grating opening
1.50M for every 12M
Space provided at walkways for wheelchair / corridors
Minimum walkways / signage headroom /corridor headroom / BP 220 headroom clearance / Fire code minimum headroom
0.9M & 0.7M
1.0M - 1.06M
Handrail location at great heights
30mm - 50mm diameter
Handrail wall clearance
Handrail ledge clearance
1.40M min 1.60M max
Signage height on walls and doors
1.50M min 2M preferred
Crossing Central Refuge
Disabled walking speed
Accessible parking width
1.80M x 1.50M
Level area for entrance with vestibule
Maximum ramp length
Ramp landing for 1 :12 gradient
Level area at top and bottom of ramp
Curb on both sides of ramp
1.8M from foot of ramp
Railing for ramp with rise greater than .20M
Minimum door clear width / BP 220 as well
Closing pressure or force for doors
Closing pressure for interior doors
1.5M x 1.5M
Minimum clear level space beyond door
0.82M & 1.06M : 0.90M preferred
Doorknobs and other hardware location above floor
Vertical pull handle location - centered
0.30M - 0.40M
1.20M - 1.30M
Manual Switch height above floor
Manual switch distance from the latch
3.50M of every dead end
Turnabouts to be provided
1.70M x 1.80m
Accessible water closet
1 :20 & 2 : more than 20
Minimum number of accessible WCs
Maximum height of water closet height
Maximum flush control height
Maximum lavatory height
0.60M - 0.70M
Lavatory knee recess vertical clearance
Lavatory knee clearance depth
Maximum urinal Lip height
Preferred than projected nosing
Tactile strip width installed to staircases
Elevator distance from entrance
1.10M x 1.40M
Accessible elevator size
0.90M - 1.20M
Centerline of top most bottom of elevator control panels
Minimum elevator button diameter with depression of 1mm
Top rail height for fences
Tapping rail height for the blind on fences
Minimum kick board for fences
For hearing impaired
refers to features that enable disabled persons to make use of the primary functions for which a structure is built.
a small recessed space in a room or wall.
pertaining to the measurement of the human body.
unhindered, without obstructions to enable disabled persons free passage or use of the facilities.
public and private buildings and other related structures for public use. These designed to accommodate and serve persons in the pursuit of educational, commercial, recreational, religious, occupational, medical, political, social activities and others of similar nature as enumerated and provided herein.
long interior passageway providing access to several rooms.
A public means of access from several rooms or spaces to an exit.
a raised rim of concrete, stone or metal which forms the edge of street, sidewalk, planted area, etc.
a break in the sidewalk or traffic island provided with an inclined surface to facilitate mobility of wheeled chairs, carriages and other similar conveyance.
those suffering from restriction or lack of ability to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being as a result of a
A barrier which swings, slides, tilts or folds to close an opening in a wall or cabinet or the like.
an exit, or a means of going out
a hoisting and lowering mechanism equipped with a car or platform which moves in guides, in a vertical direction serving two or more floors of a building or structure.
point of entry into a building: an exterior door, a vestibule, or a lobby.
the surface within a room or area on which one walks.
GRADIENT OF RAMP
the degree of inclination of a sloped surface expressed as a percentage or ratio.
a drawing, painting, diagram, engraving, etching or other similar illustrations on which a single glance conveys a given message; a visual aid.
a hand support along a stairway or ramp consisting of rails and their supporting posts, balusters or pillars and constituting an enclosure or a line of division.
allocated space composed of marked-off portions for single motor vehicles on a short-time storage basis
PASSAGEWAY OR PASSAGE
a space connecting one area or room of a building with another.
part of road where pedestrian going across the road have priority over traffic.
a shelf-unit telephone with coin operating functions for the use of the public.
a paved footwalk at the side of a street or roadway.
a strip fastened to the floor beneath a door, usually required to cover the joint where two types of floor materials meet; may provide weather protection at exterior doors.
a small entranceway or transitional space from the exterior to the interior of a building and opens into a larger space.
an exterior passage for walking along, especially one connecting adjoining buildings and related structures.
a room providing facilities for washing; a lavatory or toilet room.
a fixture consisting of a shallow basin, together with a water jet designed to provide potable water for human consumption.