Off-street parking for individuals with a disability
This Standard was prepared by the Joint Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand Committee CE-001, Parking Facilities and supersedes AS2890.1 – 1993, Parking Facilities, Part 1: Off-street car parking in respect of requirements for parking for individuals with a disability.
It is one of a series of Parking related Standards, as listed below:
Australian / New Zealand Standards
2890 Parking Facilities
2890.1 Part 1: Off-street parking
2890.6 Part 6: Off-street parking for individuals with a disability
2890.2 Part 2: Off-street commercial vehicle facilities
2890.3 Part 3: Bicycle Parking Facilities
2890.5 Part 5: On-street Parking Facilities
The principle change from the previous Standard is the provision of shared areas adjacent to dedicated parking spaces for people with a disability. These now provide for new technology associated with the loading and unloading of wheelchairs and their occupants by means of ramps or platform hoists fitted to the side or rear of a vehicle. The ways in which this new technology is accommodated is described in Appendix A.
Sectin 1 – Scope & General
This Standard specifies minimum requirements for the provision of off-street parking for individuals with a disability.
1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
The following are referred to in this Australian Standards:
1428 Design for Access & Mobility
1428.1 Part 1: General Requirements for access – New building work
For the purpose of this Standard the following apply:
1.3.1 Dedicated (parking) space
A parking space set aside exclusively for the parking of a single vehicle.
1.3.2 Shared Space
An area adjacent to a dedicated space provided for access or egress to or from a parked vehicle which may be shared with any other purpose which does not involve other than transitory obstruction of the area, e.g. a walkway, a vehicle aisle, dual use with another adjacent dedicated space.
Indicates that a statement is mandatory .
Indicates a recommendation.
SECTION 2 – PArking Space Layout and Access
2.2 PARKING SPACES – DIMENSIONS
2.3 PAVEMENT SLOPE AND SURFACE
2.5 KERB RAMPS
SECTION 3 – Space Identificaion and Delineation
3.1 SPACE IDENTIFICATION
3.2 SPACE DELINEATION
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