(Attach Needed Survey Forms to this Summary Sheet.)
General Use Parking: If self parking is provided for employees or visitors, each parking area/lot or structure is required to have accessible parking spaces complying with the following table and with 4.6.
Note: Spaces required by the table need not be provided in the particular area/lot or structure. They may be provided at a different location if equivalent or greater accessibility, in terms of distance from an accessible entrance, cost and convenience, is ensured.
|Total Parking in Area/Lot or Structure||Required Minimum Number of Accessible Spaces|
|1 to 25||1|
|26 to 50||2|
|51 to 75||3|
|76 to 100||4|
|101 to 150||5|
|151 to 200||6|
|201 to 300||7|
|301 to 400||8|
|401 to 500||9|
|501 to 1000||2 percent of total|
|1001 and over||20 plus 1 for each 100 over 1000|
In addition, one in every eight accessible parking spaces (but not less than one) must be served by an access aisle at least 96 inches wide and must be designated "van accessible."
Exception: Provision of all required spaces in conformance with the "Universal Parking Space Design" which accommodates both cars and vans is permitted (see Appendix A4.6.3 of ADAAG).
Parking at Health Care Facilities: 4.1.2(5)(a), (b) and (d)
Employee and visitor parking at general health care facilities must comply with the table above, except as follows. At outpatient units and facilities, 10 percent of the total number of parking spaces provided serving each such outpatient unit or facility must be accessible. At units and facilities specializing in treatment or services for people with mobility impairments, 20 percent of the total number of spaces provided serving each such unit or facility must be accessible.
List parking areas/lots or structures to be surveyed:
Survey each parking area/lot or structure with Form 1: Parking and Passenger Loading Zones and Form 3: Exterior Accessible Routes. For parking structures which have doors or gates, or elevators, use Form 11: Doors and Gates and Form 13: Elevators. If direct access is provided for pedestrians from an enclosed parking garage to a building, use Form 10: Entrances and Exits (Areas of Rescue Assistance). If the parking structure has public telephones or drinking fountains, use Form 5: Drinking Fountains and Form 6: Telephones. If the parking structure has toilet rooms, use Minimum Requirements Summary Sheet F: Toilet Rooms and Bathrooms.
Valet parking facilities must provide a passenger loading zone complying with 4.6.6 located on an accessible route to the entrance of the facility.
Survey each valet parking facility with Form 2: Passenger Loading Zones. Survey the accessible route from the passenger loading zone to the entrance to the facility with Form 3: Exterior Accessible Routes, or Form 12: Building Lobbies and Corridors. You may also need Form 4: Curb Ramps and Form 21: Detectable Warnings.
Where passenger loading zones are provided, at least one must be accessible. You can usually identify the accessible passenger loading zone by a sign bearing the International Symbol of Accessibility. If no sign is present, survey existing passenger loading zones to identify ones that may be accessible. Begin with the passenger loading zone closest to an accessible entrance.
Survey each passenger loading zone with Form 2: Passenger Loading Zones. You may also need Form 4: Curb Ramps and Form 21: Detectable Warnings.
Number of Copies:
|Form 1: Parking||__________________________________|
|Form 2: Passenger Loading Zones||__________________________________|
|Form 3: Exterior Accessible Routes||__________________________________|
|Form 4: Curb Ramps||__________________________________|
|Form 5: Drinking Fountains||__________________________________|
|Form 6: Telephones||__________________________________|
|Form 10: Entrances and Exits (Areas of Rescue Assistance)||__________________________________|
|Form 11: Doors and Gates||__________________________________|
|Form 12: Building Lobbies and Corridors||__________________________________|
|Form 13: Elevators||__________________________________|
|Form 21: Detectable Warnings||__________________________________|
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