A Clear Path: Make sure all access routes are wide, level, and unobstructed, to accommodate for all users and the occasional wheels
This corridor provides enough space for different users to pass through easily including people communicating using sign language, people using trolleys or mobility equipment and those that who move furniture and supplies. Long corridors should have a clear width of 2m to enable people to easily pass each other moving in either direction. For shorter corridors of less than 6m long, a width of at least 1.2m may be acceptable.
This wide clear corridor is paired with handrails along the edge to support people who need assistance.
This space has clearly defined a wide pathway that is kept clear of obstructions.
Comfortably accomodate a large number of various users by providing plenty of circulation space around points of interest.