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221 Wheelchair Spaces in Assembly Seating
 
221.1 General. In assembly seating areas, accessible wheelchair spaces shall be provided in accordance with 221.
 
221.2 Number Required. Accessible wheelchair spaces shall be provided in accordance with Table 221.2 and shall comply with 802.
 
Table 221.2 Accessible Wheelchair Spaces
Assembly Area Seating Capacity Minimum Required Number of Wheelchair Spaces
50 or less 2
51 to 100 4
101 to 300 5
301 to 500 6
over 500 6, plus 1 additional space for each total seating capacity increase of 200
 
221.3 Wheelchair Space Clusters. Accessible wheelchair spaces shall be grouped in wheelchair space clusters in accordance with Table 221.3.
EXCEPTIONS:
1. In assembly seating areas where sightlines require more than one step for a rise in elevation between rows, the minimum required number of wheelchair space clusters in that area shall be one-half of that required by Table 221.3.
2. In alterations, where it is technically infeasible to disperse wheelchair space clusters in accordance with Table 221.3, the minimum required number of wheelchair space clusters shall be one-half of that required by Table 221.3.
 
Table 221.3 Wheelchair Space Clusters
Assembly Area Seating Capacity Minimum No. of Wheelchair Space Clusters
up to 300 1
301 to 600 2
601 to 900 3
901 to 1500 4
1501 to 2100 5
2101 to 3000 6
over 3000 6 plus 1 additional cluster for each 1000 seats or portion thereof.
 
221.4 Dispersion of Wheelchair Space Clusters.
 
221.4.1 General. Dispersion of wheelchair space clusters shall be based on the availability of accessible routes to various seating areas including seating at various levels in multi-level facilities.
 
221.4.2 Multi-Level Assembly Seating Areas. In multi-level assembly seating areas, wheelchair space clusters shall be provided on the main level and on one of each two additional levels.
EXCEPTION: In existing assembly seating areas with a mezzanine, where the main level provides three-fourths or more of the total seating capacity, wheelchair space clusters shall be permitted to be dispersed on the main level.
 
221.4.3 Separation Between Clusters. Wheelchair space clusters shall be separated by a minimum of five intervening rows or by a minimum of ten intervening seats. Wheelchair spaces Within any one wheelchair space cluster shall not be separated by an intervening row, nor by more than two intervening seats, nor by more than a 7-inch (180 mm) vertical level change.
 
222 Dressing, Fitting and Locker Rooms
 
222.1 General. Where dressing rooms, fitting rooms, or locker rooms are provided, at least 5 percent, but not less than one, of each type of use in each cluster provided shall comply with 803.
EXCEPTION: In alterations, where it is technically infeasible to provide accessible rooms in accordance with 222.1, one room for each sex on each level shall be accessible. Where only unisex rooms are provided, an accessible unisex room shall be permitted.
 
223 Medical Care Facility Patient or Resident Sleeping Rooms
 
223.1 General. In licensed medical and long-term care facilities where people receive physical or medical treatment or care and where the period of stay exceeds twenty-four hours, accessible patient or resident sleeping rooms shall be provided in accordance with 223 and shall comply with 804.
 
223.1.1 Alterations. Where sleeping rooms are altered or added, the requirements of 223 shall apply only to the sleeping rooms being altered or added.
 
223.2 Hospitals. In general purpose hospitals, psychiatric facilities and detoxification facilities, at least 10 percent, but not less than one, of the patient sleeping rooms shall be accessible.
 
223.3 Rehabilitation Facilities. In hospitals and rehabilitation facilities that specialize in treating conditions that affect mobility, and in units within hospitals and rehabilitation facilities which specialize in treating conditions that affect mobility, 100 percent of the patient sleeping rooms shall be accessible.
 
223.4 Long Term Care Facilities. In long term care facilities, at least 50 percent, but not less than one, of the resident sleeping rooms shaft be accessible.
 
224 Transient Lodging Guest Rooms
 
224.1 General. Transient lodging facilities shall provide guest rooms in accordance with 224.
 
224.1.1 Alterations. Where guest rooms are altered or added, the requirements of 224 shall apply only to the guest rooms being altered or added
 
224.1.2 Guest Room Doors and Doorways. Entrance and passage doors and doorways into and within all guest rooms shall provide clear width complying with 404.2.3.
 
224.2 Accessible Guest Rooms. In transient lodging facilities, accessible guest rooms shall be provided in accordance with Table 224.2 and shall comply with 805.2
 
Table 224.2 Accessible Guest Rooms
Total Guest Rooms Number of Accessible Rooms W/o Roll-in Showers Number of Accessible Rooms W/Roll-in Showers Total Required Accessible Rooms
1 to 25 1 0 1
26 to 50 2 0 2
51 to 75 3 1 4
76 to 100 4 1 5
101 to 150 5 2 7
151 to 200 6 2 8
201 to 300 7 3 10
301 to 400 8 4 12
401 to 500 9 4 13
501 to 1000 2% of total 1% of total 3% of total
1001 and over 20 plus 1 for each 100 over 1000 10 plus 1 for each 100 over 1000 30 plus 2 for each 100 over 1000
 
224.3 Accessible Beds. In rooms or spaces having four or more beds, the number of beds in the room or space required to have clear floor space complying with 805.2.3 shall comply with Table 224.3
 
Table 224.3 Accessible Beds
Total Beds in a Guest Room Minimum Number of Accessible Beds
4 to 25 1
26 to 50 2
51 to 75 4
76 to 100 5
101 to 150 7
151 to 200 8
201 to 300 10
301 to 400 12
401 to 500 13
501 to 1000 3% of total
1001 and over 30 plus 2 for each 100 over 1000
 
224.4 Communication Features. In transient lodging facilities, guest rooms with accessible communication features shall be provided in accordance with Table 224.4 and shall comply with 805.3.
 
Table 224.4 Guest Rooms with Accessible Communication Features
Total Guest Rooms Provided Minimum Guest Rooms with Accessible Communication Features
1 to 25 2
26 to 50 4
51 to 75 7
76 to 100 9
101 to 150 12
151 to 200 14
201 to 300 17
301 to 400 20
401 to 500 22
501 to 1000 5% of total
1001 and over 50 plus 3 for each 100 over 1000
 
224.5 Dispersion. Guest rooms required to comply with 805.2 and 805.3 shall be dispersed among the various classes of guest rooms.
 
225 Self-Service Storage Facilities
 
225.1 General. Self-service storage facilities shall provide accessible individual self-storage spaces in accordance with Table 225.1.
 
Table 225.1 Accessible Self-Service Storage Facilities
Total Spaces In Facility Minimum Number of Required Accessible Spaces
1 to 200 5%, but not less than 1
201 and over 10, plus 2% of total number of units over 200
 
225.2 Dispersion. Accessible individual self-service storage spaces shall be dispersed throughout the various classes of spaces provided. Where more classes of spaces are provided than the number of required accessible spaces, the number of accessible spaces shall not be required to exceed that required by Table 225.1. Accessible spaces shall be permitted to be dispersed in a single building of a multi-building facility.
 
226 Seating at Tables, Counters and Work Surfaces
 
226.1 General. Where seating at fixed or built-in tables, counters or work surfaces is provided in accessible spaces, at least five percent, but not less than one, of the seating shall comply with 902.
 
226.2 Dining Counters. Where food or drink is served for consumption at counters exceeding 34 inches (865 mm) in height, a 60 inch (1525 mm) minimum length portion of the counter shall comply with 902, or service shall be provided at accessible tables in the same area.
 
226.3 Dispersion. In new construction, and where practicable in alterations, accessible fixed or built-in seating at tables, counters or work surfaces shall be distributed throughout the space or ficility containing such elements.
 
227 Sales and Service Counters
 
227.1 General. Where sales and service counters are provided, they shall be accessible in accordance with 227.
 
227.2 Check-out Aisles. Where check-out aisles are provided, accessible check-out aisles shall be provided in accordance with Table 227.2. Where check-out aisles serve different function, at least one accessible check-out aisle shall be provided for each function. Where check-out aisles are dispersed throughout the building or facility, accessible check-out aisles shall also be dispersed. Check-out aisles required to be accessible shall comply with 904.3.
EXCEPTIONS:
1. Where the area of the selling space is less than 5000 square feet (465 m2), only one check-out aisle is required to be accessible.
2. Where check-out aisles are altered in facilities having a selling space of 5000 square feet (465 m2) or more, at least one of each check-out aisle serving each function shall be made accessible until the number of accessible check-out aisles complies with 227.2.
 
Table 227.2 Accessible Check-out Aisles
Total Check-out Aisles of Each Function Minimum Accessible Check-out Aisles of Each Function
1-4 1
5-8 2
9-15 3
over 15 3, plus 20% of additional aisles
 
227.2.1 Identification. Accessible check-out aisles shall be identified by the International Symbol of Accessibility complying with 703.7, unless all check-out aisles in the facility are accessible. The sign shall be above the check-out aisle in the same location as the check-out aisle number or type of check-out identification.
 
227.3 Point of Sales and Service Counters. Where counters are provided for sales or distribution of goods or services. at least one of each type provided shall comply with 904.4. Where such counters are dispersed throughout the building or facility, the accessible counters shall also be dispersed.
EXCEPTION: In alterations where it is technically infeasible for existing counters to comply with 904.4, an auxiliary counter complying with 904.4 shall be provided.
 
227.4 Food Service Lines. Food service lines shall comply with 904.5. Where self-service shelves are provided, at least 50 percent, but not less than one. of each type provided shall comply with 308.
 
227.5 Queue and Waiting Lines. Queue and waiting lines servicing accessible counters or check-out aisles shall comply with 403.
 
228 Storage
 
228.1 General. Where fixed or built-in storage elements such as cabinets, shelves, medicine cabinets, closets, and drawers are provided in accessible spaces, at least one of each type shall comply with 905.
 
228.2 Lockers. Where lockers are provided in accessible spaces, at least five percent, but not less than one, of each type shall comply with 905.
 
228.3 Shelving and Display Units. Self-service shelves and display units in mercantile occupancies and shelving in stack areas of libraries shall be located on an accessible route complying with 402. Such shelving and display units shall not be required to comply with reach range provisions of 308.
 
228.4 Coat Hooks and Folding Shelves. Where coat hooks or folding shelves are provided in inaccessible toilet rooms, toilet compartments, or in dressing, fitting or locker rooms, at least one of each type shall be provided in accessible toilet rooms, toilet compartments and dressing, fitting and locker rooms.
 
228.5 Displays in Qualified Historic Buildings and Facilities. In alterations to qualified historic buildings and facilities, where alternative requirements of 202.5 are permitted, displays and written information shall be located where they can be seen by a seated person. Exhibits and sign displayed horizontally shall be 44 inches (1120 mm) maximum above the floor.
 
229 Vending Machines and Similar Equipment
 
229.1 General. In restaurants and cafeterias, spaces for vending machines and similar equipment shall comply with 304, 305 and 308.







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