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Version 4.0 July 9, 2001

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Edward Steinfeld and Danise Levine, 2001
Additional information
Dwelling Units
General Circulation
Path of Travel
Is there an accessible path of travel from the entrance to the site to the entrance of the building in which the dwelling unit is located?

Use other survey forms to determine whether or not these spaces have the necessary features.

- Ramps
- Doors and Gates
- Entrances
- Elevators
- Lobbies and Corridors
- Parking (to be completed)
Is there a reserved accessible parking place assigned to the unit?

Use other survey forms to determine whether or not these spaces have the necessary features. Cross reference to the applicable section here:

Parking (to be completed)
If yes, is there an accessible path of travel from the reserved parking place to the entry of the building?

Use these other survey forms to determine whether or not the path of travel is accessible:

- Ramps
- Doors and Gates
- Entrances
- Parking (to be completed)
Is there an accessible path of travel from the entry of the building to the dwelling unit?

Use these other survey forms to determine whether or not the path of travel is accessible:

- Ramps
- Doors and Gates
- Entrances
- Elevators
- Lobbies and Corridors
- Parking (to be completed)
4.1.3(3), 4.34.2(1)
Common Spaces
Are common spaces serving the dwelling accessible?

The four rooms below are the typical concerns in NYCHA housing. NYCHA provides reasonable accommodations through services if it is technically infeasable to make these spaces accessible.

- Mailbox
- Management office
- One common laundry room
- Trash disposal

Use these other survey forms to determine whether or not these spaces are accessible:

- Rooms and Spaces (to be completed)
- Entrances
- Doors and Gates
- Lobbies and Corridors
- Elevators
Dwelling Unit Interior
Section 4.34.2(15); 4.34.5; 4.34.2(13); 4.34.6
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Figure 1
Are the following spaces on an accessible route?
 
Entry door?

    

Living area?

    

Dining Area?

    

At least one bathroom?

    

Kitchen?

    

Sleeping area (at least 2 in an apartment with 2 or more bedrooms)?

    

Note: The main issues here for NYCHA buildings are door clearances, door width and corridor width. NYCHA units do not have level changes.
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