ABA Accessibility Standard for GSA Facilities Pocket Guide
Where a trail is designed for use by hikers or pedestrians and directly connects to a trailhead or another trail that substantially meets the requirements in 1017, the trail shall comply with 1017. A trail system may include a series of connecting trails. Only trails that directly connect to a trailhead or another trail that substantially meets the requirements in 1017 are required to comply with 1017.
Where the original design, function, or purpose of an existing trail is changed and the altered portion of the trail directly connects to a trailhead or another trail that substantially meets the requirements in 1017, the altered portion of the trail shall comply with 1017.
Trailheads shall comply with F247.3.
Where provided within trailheads, at least 20 percent, but not less than one, of each type of outdoor constructed feature shall comply with 1011.
At least one outdoor recreation access route complying with 1016 shall connect the following:
1. Accessible parking spaces or other arrival points serving the trailhead;
2. Starting point of the trail; and
3. Accessible elements, spaces, and facilities provided within the trailhead.
Where provided on trails, facilities shall comply with F247.4.
- Federal Documents (3)
- State and Local Documents (8)
- Guidelines (8)
- 36 CFR Part 1191 ABA Accessibility Guidelines, Outdoor Developed Areas (2)
- 2013 Forest Service Trail Accessibility Guidelines (FSTAG) (1)
- Accessibility Guidebook for Outdoor Recreation and Trails (3)
- Outdoor Developed Areas: A Summary of Accessibility Standards for Federal Outdoor Developed Areas (2)
- Guidelines (8)
- Products and Additional Resources (4)
- Webinars, Videos, and Training (27)
- Design Solution (1)
- Product Demonstration or Information (24)
- Spirit of the ADA (2)
- Links (13)
- Publication (1)
- Nonprofit Organization (2)
- Federal Department or Agency (4)
- Travel/Recreation (3)
- Design/Construction/Barrier Removal (3)
- Upcoming Events (9)
- SoCal CASI 2016 Summer Seminar: Accessibility Requirements: Recreation Facilities & Outdoor Developed Areas
- CASI 2016 Summer Seminar Webinar: Accessibility Requirements: Recreation Facilities & Outdoor Developed Areas
- NorCal CASI 2016 Summer Seminar: Accessibility Requirements: Recreation Facilities & Outdoor Developed Areas
- National Park Service ADA Accessibility - Grand Tetons, Wyoming
- Accessible Outdoor Recreation Trails, Camping, and Picnic Areas Webinar
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