Wide Enough: Design for capacity, at a minimum of 900mm between handrails
Both the stairs and the gentle ramp are wide enough to facilitate concurrent access for a large number of users. The ramp is protected by strong edging, and the stairs have both tactile paving and handrails to assist users.
This ramp is wide enough to facilitate concurrent access for a large number of users to the building. The surface of the ramp is colour contrasted to the surrounding walls to enhance visibility. Rounded handrails would be easier to grasp for users.
These stairs are wide enough to accommodate a number of users at the same time. The provision of a double handrail at the middle of the stairs allows people to use either their left or right hand when using them. The inclusion of a bike ramp at the side of the stairs allows cyclists to transport their bike up the stairs without carrying it.
This ramp is wide enough to facilitate concurrent access for a large number of users to the building. The handrails would benefit from a return to the ground or upon themselves, to alert visually impaired users that the ramp has ended.
Both the stars and ramp leading to this building are wide enough to accomodate pedestrian traffic in both directions.