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barrier-free

Said of a building or facility that is accessible to the handicapped.
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In addition to this, it is also specifically mentioned in the sanction order of the project that 'the executing agency shall put in place the mandatory facilities for barrier free access by physically disabled persons'.
Modernization of Infrastructure at Plotite Primary School, Consisting of Building Modifications of Existing Physics and Chemistry Classrooms, and in Building a Barrier Free Toilet and a New Outdoor Vertical Platform for Barrier-free Access to the 1st Floor of the Building, Including the Access Path.
He is an architect and professor of barrier free design at faculty of human life design, Toyo University from Japan as a lecturer and also he is a wheel chair user.
I also call on both sides to facilitate the extension of barrier free tolling past the Wednesday deadline.
The non-profit Iseshima Barrier Free Tour Center(3) was asked to supervise development of this app.
When it comes to easier living, many individuals need quality handicap construction options to help them achieve a barrier free living.
An acoustic signalisation system was developed in less than 8% of pedestrian crossings and only about 5% of mass urban transportation stops had access areas with a barrier free kerb enabling level getting on low-floor transport means for wheelchair users.
The organization works in collaboration with related social service agencies such as Safe Horizon and Barrier Free Living (for the disabled).
Barrier Free Travel announces publication of The Accessible Guide to Florence, a new resource written especially for wheelchair riders, scooter users, and slow walkers.
Some 64% of the nation's 573 sizable municipalities are considering plans to make railway stations and roads barrier free to assist the disabled and the elderly, the infrastructure ministry said Monday.
Raffa (1985) described the legislative history of federal accessibility laws and Hopf and Raeber (1984) cataloged the barrier free regulations of all of the states.
The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) had issued various instructions from time to time to all the Centrally Funded Educational Institution to ensure barrier free environment in the buildings, which would include provision of ramps, rails, lifts, adaption of toilets for wheel chair users, braille signages and auditory signals, tactile flooring etc.