Ramp - Turning

Dimensioned drawings of an ADA ramp with regulation landings for turning a corner

Turned ramps are accessible ramps designed with a 90° change of direction along the accessible route. The size of these landings provides adequate mobility for a wheelchair user to comfortably rotate according to the change in direction. The inner handrail along a turning ramp must remain continuous.

The landings of turning ramps must have minimum widths and lengths of 60” (152.4 cm) in both directions at the moment that the turn occurs. Landings with minimum lengths of 60” (152.4 cm) and widths consistent to the width of the ramp must be provided at the top and bottom of any straight run portions of the turned ramp.

What is a turning ramp?
A turning ramp is any accessible ramp designed with a 90° change direction along the accessible route.
What is the minimum clear landing size for a ramp that changes direction?
If a ramp changes direction, the landing must have a minimum width and depth of 60” | 152.4 cm in both directions.
How large is ramp landing that changes direction?
Ramp landings that provide a change of direction must be at least 60” (5’) x 60” (5’) | 152.4 cm 152.4 cm with continuous inside handrails.


*Under Development*


Landing Depth (Minimum): 60” | 152.4 cm
Landing Width (Minimum): 60” | 152.4 cm



Drawings include:
Ramp Landings Turning 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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