Access Board Cost Analysis of Outdoor Developed Areas: A Research Report Studying the Cost Implications of Proposed Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines on Trails, Picnic Areas, Camping Areas, and Beaches
Winderness Inquiry, 1999 - People with disabilities - 44 pages
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Access route grades Accessibility Related Costs Accessibility Related Elements Accessible According Accessible Sites According to Current Affecting Accessibility Related Agency/Ownership Appalachian Trail Conference Area as Constructed Associated with Accessibility Associated with Development Committee Condition of Trail Conditions for Departure constructed camping areas Construction Practices Necessary Cost data related Cost per mile Current Construction Practices Designed as Accessible Development According Elements Included Environmental Type Estimated Costs Associated Factors Affecting Accessibility Grades Present Increase in cost Length of Trail Major Factors Affecting Maximum Cross-slopes Maximum grades meet 16.1.1 condition Meets Conditions miles Cost Number of Sites Obstacles in trail ORAR's outdoor developed areas picnic tables Practices Necessary According Proposed Standards proposed technical Region related to constructed scoping provisions developed Site Grades Present Site Surface(s surface preparation Surface(s technical and scoping Trail as Constructed trail bed Trail Project Trail that Meets Trail Type trails consistent typical costs related Width of trail x-slopes throughout trail