by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Office of Engineering Evaluations, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Washington, D.C, Springfield, VA .
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|Contributions||United States. Federal Transit Administration. Office of Engineering Evaluations.|
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The warning surfaces need to consist of a series of tactile domes over a radial, square, or rectangular grid that complies with the ADA requirements. The warning surface must be a minimum of 24 inches long in the direction of travel and extend the entire width on the surface where they are being installed. Detectable warning surfaces – also called tactile warning surfaces – are a standardized surface feature built within or applied onto walking surfaces and other travel ways. They provide three distinct types of sensory signals to visually and none visually impaired pedestrians as they transition from a safe path of travel into a potentially. Detectable warnings provide a distinctive surface pattern of truncated domes that serves as a “tactile” cue to persons with vision impairments, alerting them that they’re walking into a hazardous vehicular area or change of grade. Detectable warnings are installed on crosswalks, wheelchair ramps, by reflecting pools and on transit platforms. A detectable warning surface features a pattern of domes that alerts a person with visual impairments or other disabilities to oncoming traffic or other hazards. It can be felt by foot or when using a cane, wheelchair, or scooter, and it indicates flush boundaries at curb ramps, between pedestrian and vehicular routes, and unprotected drop-off areas at public transportation stations and stops.