Outdoor Developed Areas Accessibility Standards

36 A SUMMARY OFACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS FOR OUTDOOR DEVELOPEDAREAS accessibility standards for Federal outdoor developed areas At viewing areas, at least one ORAR must connect accessible parking spaces or other arrival points that serve the viewing area with accessible ele- ments, spaces, and facilities provided within the viewing area. At trailheads, at least one ORAR must connect: ¡ ¡ Accessible parking spaces or other arrival points serving the trailhead ¡ ¡ The starting point of the trail ¡ ¡ Accessible elements, spaces, and facilities provided within the trailhead Elements, spaces, or facilities that are not required to be accessible do not have to be connected by an ORAR. ORARs are not required when accessible camping and picnic facilities, viewing areas, or outdoor constructed features are provided along a trail. These routes must meet the technical requirements for trails Technical Requirements [1016] Using the ORAR Exceptions [F202 3, Exception 4 and 1016, Exceptions 1, 2, and 3] Where elements or spaces in camping and picnic facilities, viewing areas, or trailheads are altered but the circulation path to the altered element or space is not changed, the circulation path is not required to comply with the techni- cal requirements for ORARs. In alteration projects, if a condition for exception does not permit full compli- ance with a specific provision in the technical requirements for ORARs on a portion of an ORAR, then that portion of the ORAR must comply with the spe- cific provision to the extent practicable. The conditions for exceptions can be

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