Ramp - Straight Run

Dimensioned drawing of a straight run ADA ramp with landings

Straight run ramps are accessible ramps designed without any changes in direction along the accessible route. Requiring landings at both the top and bottom of the ramp run, straight run ramp landings must maintain widths that are at least the dimension of the ramp runs connected to it.

The length of landings along a straight rump ramp must be at least 60” (152.4 cm).

What is the minimum clear width of a ramp landing?
A ramp landing shall be at least as wide as the ramp runs connected to it.
What is the required length of a landing along a straight run ramp?
Top and bottom landings of a straight run ramp must have lengths of at least 60” | 152.4 cm.
What is the minimum size of a landing along a straight ramp?
Ramp landings on both the top and bottom of a straight run ramp must be at least as wide as the connected ramp run with a minimum length of 60” | 152.4 cm.

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Landing Length (Minimum): 60” | 152.4 cm
Landing Width (Minimum): At least as wide as the ramp run

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Ramp Landings plan (wheelchair user), elevation

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Ramps are inclined surfaces that join different levels of a space. Commonly used at the entrances of buildings to accommodate level changes, ramps provide building access to wheelchair users. The maximum slope of a ramp is calculated to provide comfortable and easy access to the building.

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