barrier-free


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barrier-free

Said of a building or facility that is accessible to the handicapped.
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The plan is the barrier-free expansion of the stop Rathaus in Seckenheim.
This has been set as a nationwide standard by the "Japan Barrier-Free Tourism Promotion Organization.
Other speakers from various walks of life also recommended a barrier-free society for all including disabled.
laws and guidelines and Department policies on barrier-free accessibility.
Around 3,500 railway stations and 60 bus terminals across Japan are subject to the change to be worked out by the end of March so that barrier-free access at these places will be realized by March 2021, according to the sources linked with the transport ministry.
A 20% markup in floor area ratio will be provided to green buildings or buildings featuring anti-earthquake function, the adoption of green materials, barrier-free environment, or energy- or water-conservation.
Also, only a few institutions deal with theoretical aspects of creating barrier-free transport from the point of view of transport technology.
The conversion of the Tollway's traditional toll plazas to a barrier-free system allows I-PASS users to travel at highway speeds while their tolls are collected electronically by overhead equipment, reducing congestion and travel times.
Nicholas Stiftshospital GmbH is planning to build a barrier-free and wheelchair accessible building complex with about 36 apartments with a floor space of approximately 60 and 90 mA on the plot Ernestus Square 2.
This barrier-free mode of transportation will be offered through a regular taxi service.
Contract notice: U2, reversing triangle, base repair, barrier-free expansion, redevelopment trough track / path, base supports rehabilitation.
From healthcare equipment to lighting and accessories, this information is ideal for families who want to create a comfortable and barrier-free caregiver suite that effectively meets the needs of the entire family.