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Hotel ADA Compliance: Guest Room Dispersion

The ADA Standards for Accessible Design impacts guest room dispersion in the hotel industry. Dispersion Requirements The ADA requires that hotels provide guests with disabilities a range of equivalent guest room options provided to other guests. Accessible rooms need to be dispersed among various room classes (economy, standard, deluxe, a concierge level, etc) and types (number …

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Hotel ADA Compliance: Interiors and Public Spaces

When hotels renovate room interiors and public spaces, it is important to understand the application of Americans with Disabilities Act Standards. Understanding what is or is not required can help avoid the cost and inconvenience of potential complaints or remediation work. This is part one of a series about hotel renovations and ADA compliance.   …

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Differences between ADA & FHA

The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act are both federal civil rights laws that prohibit discrimination against people with disabilities but they have different accessible design and construction requirements.   Although the ADA and FHA overlap in limited circumstances, FHA regulations primarily apply to multifamily residential projects and ADA regulations primarily apply …

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ADA Title II Transition Plan

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act requires a Transition Plan to ensure program accessibility for people with disabilities. Who needs a Transition Plan Title II of the ADA applies to state and local governments responsible for protecting individuals with disabilities from discrimination in the services, programs, and activities they provide. All departments, agencies, …

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