Wheelchair Symbol of Accessibility Sign - 4" x 4" x 1/16" ADA Sign
Wheelchair Symbol of Accessibility Tactile Sign with Arrow - 6" x 7"
Wheelchair Elevator Access Signs - Optional Direction Arrow- 6" x 9"
Two-Sided ADA Hallway Sign - 10.5" x 10" - Wall Mount Corridor Sign
Right-Angle Wall-Mounted Brushed Aluminum ADA Signs - 10.5" x 10"
Symbol of Wheelchair Accessibility Sign - 12" x 12" - Optional Arrow
Accessible Entrance ADA Guide Signs - 12" x 18" - Optional Arrow
Accessible Route ADA Guide Signs - 12" x 18" - Choose Arrow Direction
Wheelchair Ramp ADA Guide Sign - 12x18 - Choose Arrow Direction
Restroom Direction ADA Guide Signs - 12" x 12" - Optional Arrow
This Door To Remain Unlocked During Business Hours Label Ships Today
Accessible Text and Braille ADA Sign in Brushed Aluminum - 6" X 2"
ADA Guidelines for Entrances
4.14.1 Entrances required to be accessible shall be part of an accessible route complying with 4.3. Such entrances shall be connected by an accessible route to public transportation stops, to accessible parking and passenger loading zones, and to public streets or sidewalks if available. They shall also be connected by an accessible route to all accessible spaces or elements within the building or facility. 4.14.2 Service Entrances. A service entrance shall not be the sole accessible entrance unless it is the only entrance to a building or facility (for example, in a factory or garage).
From the United States Access Board...
4.3 Accessible Route. 4.3.1* General. All walks, halls, corridors, aisles, skywalks, tunnels, and other spaces that are part of an accessible route shall comply with 4.3.
(1) At least one accessible route within the boundary of the site shall be provided from public transportation stops, accessible parking, and accessible passenger loading zones, and public streets or sidewalks to the accessible building entrance they serve. The accessible route shall, to the maximum extent feasible, coincide with the route for the general public.
(2) At least one accessible route shall connect accessible buildings, facilities, elements, and spaces that are on the same site.
(3) At least one accessible route shall connect accessible building or facility entrances with all accessible spaces and elements and with all accessible dwelling units within the building or facility.
(4) An accessible route shall connect at least one accessible entrance of each accessible dwelling unit with those exterior and interior spaces and facilities that serve the accessible dwelling unit.
Appendix C California Building Code
1117B.18.104.22.168 Entrance signs. All building and facility entrances that are accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities shall be identified with a minimum of one International Symbol of Accessibility and with additional directional signs, utilizing the symbol, at junctions where the accessible route of travel diverges from the regular circulation path, to be visible to persons along approaching circulation paths. Entrances which are not accessible shall have directional signage complying with Section 1117B.5.1, Items 2 and 3, which indicates the location of and route to the nearest accessible entrance.
1117B.5.8 Symbols of accessibility. 1117B.5.8.1 International Symbol of Accessibility. The International Symbol of Accessibility shall be the standard used to identify facilities that are accessible to and usable by physically disabled persons as set forth in these building standards and as specifically required in this section. See Figure 11B-6. Exception: Signs need not be provided for facilities within an adaptable dwelling unit, or within an accessible patient or guest room.