The Americans with Disabilities Act if 1990 (ADA) states that handicap people have access to an ample amount of public parking spaces and loading zones. Handicap stalls must be placed closest to building entrances. A handicap person needs a larger stall to get in and out of their vehicle and into wheelchair or mobile devise. The familiar Blue & White handicap signs prohibit parking without authorization. Signs must include the symbol for accessibility. Van Accessible stalls must read "Van Accessible.".
Determination of how many parking spaces to allocate to handicap access will depend on the total number of parking spaces available.
For more information, visit the ADA website by clicking here.
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