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Last edited 22 Jan 2021
Continuous accessible paths of travel
Urban Design Guidelines for Victoria, published by the State of Victoria (Australia) in 2016, defines continuous accessible paths of travel (CAPT) as: ‘An uninterrupted path of travel to or within a building that provides access to all facilities. This kind of path avoids any step, stairway, turnstile, revolving door, escalator or other impediment that would prevent it being safely negotiated by people with disabilities.’
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