ADA Parking and Wheelstops

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If there is one thing that we know about pedestrians and parking lots, it’s that pedestrians and wheelstops don’t get along! A wheelstop is commonly used device to block vehicles from encroaching onto sidewalks, pedestrian pathways, or striking objects. However, by its very nature, it is a tripping hazard for pedestrians. Combine ADA accessible parking spaces with wheelstops and you may have even more issues to consider. When is wheelstop protection needed and when are wheelstops excessive and create more problems than they solve. These are complex issues that require expertise in human factors, parking lots, and ADA compliance. Fortunately, Quality Forensic Engineering, LLC is able to offer insight on all these factors for you. Contact us and let us help you work through your pedestrian issues.

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