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Van Accessible Handicap Parking Signs - Official ADA & Federal Compliant (MUTCD)

One of every six accessible parking spaces, or fraction of, must be van-accessible. For example: A parking lot with 400 spaces needs eight accessible spaces & two of those must be van-accessible. See below for more guidance.
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Van Accessible Handicap Parking Signs - Official ADA & Federal Compliant (MUTCD)


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Van Accessible Handicap Parking Signs - Official ADA & Federal Compliant (MUTCD)

  • All the guidance you need is provided below. If you need further assistance, please call 1-877-775-5939 and one of our product experts will guide you to the right solution.
  • These signs are supplemental and therefore should be used with Federal or State ADA compliant Handicapped Reserved Parking Signs
  • NOTE - State specific Handicap Parking Signage is available, click here to view your State requirements.

  • ADA Guidelines:
  • Dimensions (all dimensions are minimums): Accessible parking spaces are eight (8) feet wide; van-accessible spaces are eleven (11) feet wide. Access aisles for either type of space are five (5) feet wide. These adjacent aisles, which can be shared between two spaces, provide room for individuals to deploy vehicle-mounted wheelchair lifts and/or unload and use mobility devices such as wheelchairs, walkers, etc. An alternate design allows a van-accessible space to be eight (8) feet wide if the adjacent access aisle is also eight (8) feet wide.
  • Accessible parking spaces must be identified by signs that include the International Symbol of Accessibility. Signs at van-accessible spaces must include the additional phrase “van-accessible."
  • Signs should be mounted so that the lower edge of the sign is at least five (5) feet above the ground. This helps ensure visibility both for motorists and local enforcement officials.
  • ADA Mounting Requirements:
  • Signs shall be mounted 60 inches (1525 mm) minimum above the finish floor or ground surface measured to the bottom of the sign. Handicap Parking Signs should not be obscured by any parked vehicles or other obstructions. Signs posted must be viewable from the drivers’ seat of the vehicle and located right in view of parking spaces.
  • Engineering or High Intensity Grade?
  • Engineering grade is the minimum reflective grade to meet MUTCD standards. However wherever possible we would recommend the use of a High Intensity Reflective coating to maximize the reflective quality during poor lighting or visibility. HIR provides up to 1000 feet of visibility in nighttime conditions, providing the easy identification of handicapped reserved parking locations.
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Reflective Material Engineer-Grade, High-Intensity.
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