ADA-compliant

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  • The station has limited service, does not have platforms and is not ADA compliant.
  • As of today, all eleven stations on the branch are ADA compliant.
  • They are all ADA compliant and meet Federal Railroad Administration safety requirements.
  • Passenger cars and the cafe car have two toilets each, with one being ADA compliant.
  • It also was not and could not be made ADA compliant.
  • The United States requires ADA compliant ramp access to virtually all businesses and public places.
  • The whole complex is ADA-compliant, with the accessible station entrance at 14th Street.
  • The new bridge will also feature an ADA-compliant pedestrian walkway.
  • Additionally, with the installation of elevators at each station house, the station is now ADA compliant.
  • This school has no elevator, but is ADA compliant with a large ramp.
  • It is a full-service library and ADA compliant.
  • The Boston system underwent significant expansion in the 1980s and 1990s, and all the new facilities are ADA compliant.
  • All but one of the Brown Line stations were reconstructed to be ADA compliant and to accommodate eight-car trains.
  • For the home, grab bars do not need to be ADA compliant, but those guidelines should be considered.
  • Work included making the station ADA compliant with new elevators, re-done flooring, re-tiling, and increased mezzanine space.
  • The most recent renovation was in 1995, at which time the structure was made ADA-compliant.
  • All of the vehicles currently in use are ADA-compliant and equipped with bicycle racks.
  • There are three playgrounds on the campus, all of which are ADA-compliant.
  • All of the vehicles currently in use are ADA-compliant, and equipped with bicycle racks.
  • The new station, which will be ADA-compliant, will include elevators, a larger pedestrian/bus interface point and enhanced safety and security systems.
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