Pedestrian crossing

  in accordance with
SP 59.13330.16   


The design documentation should provide for the conditions for the unimpeded, safe and convenient movement of the MGN along the site to the accessible entrance to the building, taking into account the requirements of SP 42.13330. Pedestrian paths must have a continuous connection with external, in relation to the site, transport and pedestrian communications, stopping points of public passenger transport. At the intersection of pedestrian and transport routes with a height difference of more than 0.015 m, pedestrian paths are equipped with ramps on both sides of the carriageway or artificial irregularities along the entire width of the carriageway. At the crossing over the carriageway, curb ramps with a width of at least 1.5 m must be installed, which must not protrude onto the carriageway. If there are underground and aboveground crossings on the site, they should be equipped with ramps or lifting devices, if it is impossible to organize a ground crossing for MGN. In places where the heights of the surfaces of pedestrian paths change, they are performed with a smooth decrease with a slope of no more than 1:20 (5%) or equipped with ramps. When arranging ramps, their longitudinal slope should be no more than 1:20 (5%), near a building - no more than 1:12 (8%), and in places characterized by cramped conditions - no more than 1:10 for no more than 1 , 0 m. The height difference between the lower edge of the exit and the carriageway should not exceed 0.015 m.

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