Accessible Routes

Accessible Routes

ADAAG uses several terms to describe different types of pedestrian routes or paths through a given facility. These include: Circulation Path, Accessible Route, Path of Travel and Accessible Path of Travel. Accessibility is not limited to buildings; it is an extension of the route to the site and circulation through the site and buildings. In this course, we will review and discuss the design requirements of accessible routes.

Learning Objectives: 
  1. Distinguish between accessible and non accessible routes through the site and it’s buildings and features.
  2. Knowledgably integrate comprehensive planning and design at the beginning of a project that will extend through the site and facility.
  3. Describe how accessible routes will improve the experience and independence of the user throughout the site and facility and improve the quality of life.
  4. List current ADA requirements and show compliance for technically feasible guidelines
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10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions

A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion