US Access Board Accessible Routes Webinar

Accessible Routes - Advanced Session (August 7)

laptop with Access Board logoThe next webinar in the Board's free monthly series will take place August 7 from 2:30 - 4:00 (ET)and will feature an advanced level discussion of the requirements for accessible routes in the ADA and ABA Accessibility Standards. Presenters will address in greater detail topics and issues concerning accessible routes, including connection to required clear floor spaces, door maneuvering clearances, and exterior routes. They also will answer questions submitted from attendees in advance and those posed during the webinar session. Participants are encouraged to review earlier webinars onaccessible routes and accessible routes on sites in advance of the upcoming session.

For more information, including registration instructions, visit www.accessibilityonline.org.

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