ADA Seminar: Accessible Routes & Path of Travel

This Live Event happened on February 22, 2019 (7:00PM - 7:00PM PST)

Accessible Routes, Circulation Paths, & Path of Travel in both new and existing projects are essential aspects of Accessible design – if you can not even get to an area, no matter how accessible that portion is, it will still not be accessible. Overview routes from the public right of way, to site amenities, to the entry, and thru the building including egress and existing building requirements.

An overview of the differences between and requirements for Circulation Paths, Accessible Routes, and Path of Travel from the public way, thru the site, to the entry, thru the building, and to the exits.

Janis Kent, FAIA, CASp, Architect – Certified Access Specialist & Subject Matter Expert, Stepping Thru Accessibility

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the differences between Circulation Paths, Accessible Routes, and Path of Travel
  2. Review the scoping and technical requirements for each on both the exterior and interior
  3. Learn about the connectivity of elements, entries, floors, and exits and what is required
  4. Overview Path of Travel requirements for existing projects and alterations


5 AIA LU/Elective