Accessible Parking and Passenger Loading Zones
People with mobility disabilities often have no problem driving to various buildings and facilities for employment, services, education, amenities, and to socialize. However, to access those sites, available parking must meet both the scoping and technical requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA).
This session will address the requirements for parking spaces, van spaces, vertical clearances, access aisles, marking and signage, ground clearances, and valet parking, as well as accessible passenger loading zones. Access Board Accessibility Specialists will also present the recommendations for the design and construction of accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging stations located on both government and private entities.
Video remote interpreting and real-time captioning will be provided in this webinar. Questions can be submitted in advance of the session or may be posed during the live webinar. Participants can also earn continuing education credits.
Continuing Education Recognition Available
|AIA HSW CES||1.5|
|California Architects Board||1.5|
|Certificate of Attendance||1.5|
Josh Schorr, Accessibility Specialist, Office of Technical and Information Services, U.S. Access Board
Bobby Stinnette, Accessibility Specialist, Office of Technical and Information Services, U.S. Access Board
This session is accepting questions from registered users. After you have registered to participate in this session, you can submit your questions on your Account Manager page. Please note: the number of questions will be limited and submissions will be closed well before the session starts to provide time to prepare answers.
In order to register for this webinar you will need to create an account and provide, at a minimum, your name, email address, phone number, city, and country. If you do not wish to create an account, you may watch this webinar after it has been recorded. Webinars are typically posted two days after the live session. You can access previously recorded webinars on the Great Lakes ADA Center AccessibilityOnline Archives webpage. Be advised that in order to obtain continuing education credits, you must register and create an account. See Continuing Education Recognition Request Policy.