Outdoor Developed Areas Accessibility Standards

70 A SUMMARY OFACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS FOR OUTDOOR DEVELOPEDAREAS accessibility standards for Federal outdoor developed areas Surface and Slope [1012.4 and 1012.5] The surface of parking spaces and pull-up spaces for RVs must be firm and stable. When the surface of parking spaces and pull-up spaces for RVs is con- structed of asphalt, concrete, or boards, the slope of the parking spaces and pull-up spaces must be no steeper than 1:48 (2 percent) in any direc- tion. When the surface of parking spaces and pull-up spaces for RVs is constructed of materials other than asphalt, concrete, or boards, slopes no steeper than 1:20 (5 percent) are allowed when necessary for drainage. Parking Spaces for Vehicles Other Than RVs [F244 2 3 2 2] Parking spaces for vehicles other than RVs within camping units with mobility features must comply with the following technical requirements for width, surface, and slope. Width of Spaces [1012.3] Parking spaces for vehicles other than RVs must be at least 16 feet wide. Parking spaces at least 16 feet wide can accommodate vans equipped with a lift or ramp. When two adjacent parking spaces are provided for vehicles other than RVs, one of the parking spaces is permitted to be at least 8 feet wide. Parking spaces within camping units with mobility features do not have to be striped or identified by the International Symbol of Accessibility. Surface and Slope [1012.4 and 1012.5] The technical requirements for the surface and slope of parking spaces for vehicles other than RVs are the same as for RV parking spaces.

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