Photo showing the minimum dimensions for a pedestrian access route (PAR)
The ADA Standards cover accessible routes on sites, typically 36in wide. Sidewalks next to streets are usually considered public right of way and a best practice is to make them 48in wide. https://t.co/iohylUZuwB
Public Accommodations FAQ
Question: What are public accommodations?
Answer: A public accommodation is a private entity that owns, operates, leases, or leases to, a place of public accommodation. (1 of 3)
Common disability myths and facts:
Myth: The abilities and needs of people with
disabilities can be easily categorized. For
example, if a person carries a white cane, they
are totally blind; if a person uses a wheel-
chair, they are unable to stand up.