Outdoor Developed Areas Accessibility Standards

accessibility standards for Federal outdoor developed areas 35 Outdoor Recreation Access Routes (ORARs) Scoping Requirements [F244 5, F245 4, F246 4, and F2473 2] An ORAR is a continuous, unobstructed path that is intended for pedestrian use and that connects accessible elements, spaces, and facilities within camping and picnic facilities and at viewing areas and trailheads. ORARs cannot be used at other types of facilities, such as educational campuses, office parks, or theme parks. ORARs must coincide with or be located in the same area as general circula- tion paths provided for other users. Within camping and picnic facilities, ORARs must connect accessible ele- ments, spaces, and facilities provided within camping and picnic units with mobility features. ORARs must also connect public and common use areas that serve camping and picnic units with mobility features and accessible elements, spaces, and facilities provided within the public or common use areas. When a circulation path connects camping and picnic facilities and adjacent recreation facilities, such as play areas or boating facilities, at least one ORAR must connect camping and picnic units with mobility features to an accessible route serving the adjacent recreation facilities. Permitted Uses of ORARs ORARs can only be used within camping and picnic facilities, and at viewing areas and trailheads.

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