Outdoor Developed Areas Accessibility Standards

97 Entire Trail Exemption Form [10172 Exception 2] ENTIRE TRAIL EXEMPTION FORM (1017.1 EXCEPTION 2) This form can be used to notify the U.S. Access Board when a Federal agency determines in accordance with 1017.1, Exception 2 that it is impracticable for an entire trail to comply with the technical requirements in 1017.1. Federal agencies are encouraged to seek technical assistance from the Access Board when considering exempting an entire trail. Name of Trail: Check all boxes that apply. FTDS Designed Use of Pedestrian/hiker Location : (FLMA unit, nearest town, city, county, state) Connects directly to trailhead or accessible trail that complies with all of the technical requirements in 1017 without any exceptions. New Construction Length of Trail: Alteration (miles, km, feet) (loop, round-trip, one way) The U.S. Access Board will consider these conditions as a basis for determining in accordance with 1017.1 Exception 2 that it is impracticable for an entire trail to comply with the technical requirements in 1017. Check the box beside conditions that apply to the trail. Combination of running slope and cross slope exceeds 40 percent for over 20 feet Trail obstacle 30 inches high or more runs across the full tread width of the trail Trail surface is neither firm nor stable for a distance of 45 feet or more Tread width is less than 12 inches wide for a distance of 20 feet or more 15 percent or more of the trail does not fully comply with the technical requirements in 1017

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