2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design Pocket Guide
221.2.1 Number and Location.
Wheelchair spaces shall be provided complying with 221.2.1.
|Number of Seats||Minimum Number of Required Wheelchair Spaces|
|4 to 25||1|
|26 to 50||2|
|51 to 150||4|
|151 to 300||5|
|301 to 500||6|
|501 to 5000||6, plus 1 for each 150, or fraction thereof, between 501 through 5000|
|5001 and over||36, plus 1 for each 200, or fraction thereof, over 5000|
Advisory 220.127.116.11 Luxury Boxes, Club Boxes, and Suites in Arenas, Stadiums, and Grandstands. The number of wheelchair spaces required in luxury boxes, club boxes, and suites within an arena, stadium, or grandstand is to be calculated box by box and suite.
In boxes other than those required to comply with 18.104.22.168, the total number of wheelchair spaces required shall be determined in accordance with Table 22.214.171.124. Wheelchair spaces shall be located in not less than 20 percent of all boxes provided. Wheelchair spaces shall comply with 802.1.
Advisory 126.96.36.199 Other Boxes. The provision for seating in “other boxes” includes box seating provided in facilities such as performing arts auditoria where tiered boxes are designed for spatial and acoustical purposes. The number of wheelchair spaces required in boxes covered by 188.8.131.52 is calculated based on the total number of seats provided in these other boxes. The resulting number of wheelchair spaces must be located in no fewer than 20% of the boxes covered by this section. For example, a concert hall has 20 boxes, each of which contains 10 seats, totaling 200 seats. In this example, 5 wheelchair spaces would be required, and they must be placed in at least 4 of the boxes. Additionally, because the wheelchair spaces must also meet the dispersion requirements of 221.2.3, the boxes containing these wheelchair spaces cannot all be located in one area unless an exception to the dispersion requirements applies.