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Accessible Parking, What Does that Mean?

2:00 pm EDT April 21, 2020   |   Organized by: Great Lakes ADA Center


Accessible parking continues to be an area of confusion for people with disabilities and businesses. How many spaces must be accessible? Where should the accessible spaces be located? Who qualifies to park in accessible spaces? Who enforces parking laws? Join this session as we explore the complex issues of location, type, size, number and how all of this is enforced. The session will include the requirements for accessible parking in the 2010 ADA standards for accessible design. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions of our speaker.


  • Required

  • Cost - Free

  • To register please please visit the event website - You must have an account and be signed in to complete your registration. For first time users you must create an account. This step is done only once and you will use the same account to register for different sessions throughout the year. After you create an account, you will immediately be able to register for any of our sessions.

  • Continuing Education

    • ACTCP - 1.5 credit hours

    • Certificate of Attendance - 1.5 credit hours

Jan Garrett

Program Manager, Pacific ADA Center

Jan Garrett currently serves as the Program Manager of the Pacific ADA Center, a member of the ADA National Network.The Pacific ADA Center serves federal region 9, which includes Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada and the territories of the Pacific Basin. Jan has more than 20 years of training experience in disability law and disability awareness. As a person with a disability herself, Jan understands the importance of educating others about disability civil rights laws.


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