Outdoor Developed Areas Accessibility Standards

accessibility standards for Federal outdoor developed areas 9 Table 1 summarizes the conditions for exceptions and when and where they may apply. Table 1— Permissible Uses of Conditions for Exceptions Technical Requirements Specific Provisions Applies To Outdoor constructed features Clear ground space Alterations only Tent pads and tent platforms Any specific provision New construction or alterations Camp shelters Any specific provision New construction or alterations Outdoor recreation access routes at camping facilities, picnic facilities, and trailheads Any specific provision Alterations only Viewing areas Any specific provision Alterations only Outdoor recreation access routes to viewing areas Any specific provision New construction or alterations Trails Any specific provision New construction or alterations Beach access routes Any specific provision New construction or alterations Documenting Use of the Conditions for Exceptions on a Portion of a Trail or Beach Access Route [F20 1 .4 .1] When using the conditions for exceptions on a portion of trail or a beach access route, Federal agencies should document in writing why they could not fully comply with a specific provision in the technical requirements for trails or beach access routes. The documentation should be retained with the project records. The documentation should include the date the decision is made and the names and positions of the people making the decision. The Access Board is responsible for investigating complaints alleging violations of the ABA Standards and will request documentation when a complaint involves a trail or beach access route. A SUMMARY OFACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS FOR OUTDOOR DEVELOPEDAREAS

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