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ADA Standards for Accessible Design 2010


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1.A path of travel includes a continuous, unobstructed way of pedestrian passage by means of which the altered area may be approached, entered, and exited, and which connects the altered area with an exterior approach, an entrance to the facility, and other parts of the facility.
True
False
2. Assistive Listening System (ALS) is an amplification system utilizing transmitters, receivers, and coupling devices to bypass the acoustical space between a sound source and a listener by means of induction loop, radio frequency, infrared, or direct-wired equipment.
True
False
3.A portion of a pier where a boat is temporarily secured for the purpose of embarking or disembarking is termed to be a _________________________.
Boarding pier
Boat launch ramp
4.Guest Rooms with Mobility Features is represented in _________________________.
Table 224.2
Table 224.4
5.In existing golf courses, the forward teeing ground shall not be required to be one of the teeing grounds on a hole designed and constructed so that a golf cart can enter and exit the teeing ground where compliance is not feasible due to terrain.
True
False
6.Ramps are preferred over transfer systems since not all children who use wheelchairs or other mobility devices may be able to use, or may choose not to use, transfer systems. Where ramps connect elevated play components, the maximum rise of any ramp run is limited to 12 inches.
True
False
7.Platform lifts are permitted as a part of an accessible route. Because lifts must be independently operable, operators should carefully consider the appropriateness of their use in unsupervised settings.
True
False
8.Swimming pool walls at diving areas and areas along pool walls where there is no pool entry because of landscaping or adjacent structures are to be counted when determining the number of accessible means of entry required.
True
False
9.At least _________________ accessible means of entry should be provided for wading pools.
One
Two
10.A slip-resistant surface provides sufficient frictional counterforce to the forces exerted in walking to permit safe ambulation.
True
False
11.Elongated openings shall be placed so that the long dimension is ____________________to the dominant direction of travel.
Parallel
Perpendicular
12.The maximum depth for toe clearance will extend to _________________under an element.
45 inches
25 inches
13.The minimum width of the knee clearance shall be 30 inches.
True
False
14.Doorways should provide a clear opening of 32 inches minimum in power-on and power-off mode.
True
False
15.A curb or barrier shall be provided that prevents the passage of a 4 inch diameter sphere, where any portion of the sphere is within 4 inches of the finish floor or ground surface.
True
False
16.Figure 405.9.1 represents the curb or barrier edge protection
True
False
17.The bottom of diagonal curb ramps shall have a clear space 48 inches minimum outside active traffic lanes of the roadway. Diagonal curb ramps provided at marked crossings shall provide the 48 inches minimum clear space within the markings
True
False
18.Elevator Car Dimensions are represented in ______________________.
Figure 407.4.1
Figure 407.4.2
19.Elevator Control Button Identification is represented in _____________________________.
Table 407.4.7.1.2
Table 407.4.7.1.3
20.Openings providing entry to wheelchair spaces on amusement rides shall be ________________ minimum.
22 inches
32 inches