AS NZS 2890.1 PDF

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    AS/NZS Amendment. Amendment 1 – incorporated. Published 18/ 08/ Valid from. 04/03/ Information provider. Standards New Zealand. AS/NZS Parking facilities – Off-street car parking. Type: Document; Date: ; Web address: to in Australian Standard AS/NZS Parking Facilities – Part 6: . ( Source: Figure Angle parking module layouts – AS/NZS ).

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    We are a non-profit group that run this website to share documents. We need your help to maintenance this website. Please help us to share our service with your friends. Home As NZS Mr Steven Waters Date: Friday, 2890.1 29, Concurrent Users means the maximum number of people able to access the Product at jzs one time, and is limited to the number of Licences purchased. Licence means the right to access and use the Product.

    Qs means the purchaser and user of the Product. The Product is available Click via the Wide the the useLicence of a web browser. The Licensee is granted a non-exclusive and non-assignable Licence is to current use the Product. Check if this 289.01 3.

    Licensees are permitted to use the Product following extent: Findthe similar documents 3. Purchasers of personal user Licences for the may locally install and use the Product on the number of individual Visit ourProduct website computers corresponding to the number of sa users specified in the SAI Global Infostore order. Licensees are permitted to make paper copies of the Product for Internal use limited to the number of personal users specified in the SAI Global Infostore order only excludes electronic pads of forms.

    Licensees are permitted to make one electronic copy of the Product for backup International Standards on-line at infostore. Purchasers of network Licences for the Product may install and use the Product on a network with the number of Concurrent 280.1 permitted corresponding to the number of users specified in the SAI Global Infostore order.

    Licensees are permitted to make paper copies of the Product for Internal use limited to the number of network users specified in the SAI Global Infostore order only.

    Licensees are permitted to make one electronic nzx of the Product for backup purposes. Storage, distribution or use on network prohibited This Standard was published on 5 March The following are represented on Committee CE To maintain 2890.1 currency, all Standards are periodically reviewed, and new editions are published.

    Between editions, amendments may be issued. Standards may also be withdrawn. It is important that readers assure themselves they are using a current Standard, which should include any amendments which may have been published since the Standard was purchased.

    Alternatively, both organizations publish an annual printed Catalogue with full details of all current Standards. For more frequent listings or notification of revisions, amendments and withdrawals, Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand offer a number of update options. For information about these services, users should contact their respective national Standards organization. We also welcome suggestions for improvement in our Standards, and especially encourage readers to notify us immediately of any apparent inaccuracies or ambiguities.

    Please address your comments to the Chief Executive of either Standards Australia or Standards New Nzz at the address shown on the back cover.

    This Standard was issued in draft form for comment as DR Off-street car qs Originated as AS Reissued incorporating Amendment No.


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    No part of this work may be reproduced or copied in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, without the written permission of the publisher. This Standard incorporates Amendment No. The changes required by the Amendment are indicated in the text by a marginal bar and amendment number against the clause, note, table, figure or part thereof affected. It is one of a series of Standards on parking facilities as follows: Off-street car parking this Standard Off-street commercial vehicle facilities Part 3: Bicycle parking facilities Part 5: On-street parking The objective of this Standard is to provide planners, designers and regulatory bodies with requirements and recommendations for the design and layout of off-street parking facilities.

    The following lists the principal changes and additions to this edition of the Standard: Where requirements or recommendations apply only to Australia or only to New Zealand, these are indicated in the 28990.1 or on illustrations.

    Statements expressed in mandatory terms in notes to tables and figures are deemed to be requirements of this Standard.

    See footnote to Clause 1. FOREWORD As an integral part of transportation, provision for car parking is vital to the economic life of communities, whether it is in city central business districts, town business centres, shopping centres, hospitals, department stores, entertainment and sporting facilities, or other traffic generators.

    Parking areas nzz also cater for bicycles, motorcycles, pedestrians, and other legitimate users.

    The basic dimensions for parking spaces, aisles, circulation roadways and other manoeuvring areas given in this Standard have been determined firstly by an examination of the dimensions of vehicles in the current range, and the selection of an 85th percentile and a Following this, a set of base dimensions based on requirements for the so-called B85 and B99 vehicles has been established, and a set of design dimensions has been derived by the addition of working clearances see Appendix B.

    The success of a parking development requires an efficient design. It must represent a balance between function, economics, safety and aesthetics. Consideration must be given to the speed and quality of parking service, the traffic circulation, access to and from the street, the external traffic network, car manoeuvring, and convenience for the drivers and pedestrians, including people with disabilities. Although it provides minimum requirements, this Standard cannot be taken as a textbook for the design of parking stations.

    The services of a qualified person experienced in designing car parking facilities should be sought in the application of this document. Moreover, its use does not remove the need to comply with regulatory requirements of local government.

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    Parking facilities Part 1: It includes access and egress requirements for both public and private car parks, and car parking on domestic properties. AS Glossary of terms—Road and traffic engineering Interior lighting Circulation spaces and other general areas General introduction and index of signs Part 2: Traffic control devices for general use Part Pedestrian control and protection Part Local area traffic management Forms of letters and numerals for road signs Pedestrian area Category P lighting—Performance and installation design requirements This edition of this Standard has been published without the inclusion of requirements for parking facilities for people with disabilities.

    Pending such publication it is intended that existing requirements for parking for people with disabilities in AS Subject to further confirmation from New Zealand interests, Part 6 may be published as an Australian only standard. Licensed to Mr Steven Waters on 29 April Dimensional requirements for parking spaces in each user class are specified in Clause 2.


    User Class 1A parking shall be restricted to residential, domestic and employee parking. The modelling of vehicle manoeuvring into Class 1A spaces shows however, that many drivers may have difficulty driving into and out of such spaces, especially those with vehicles larger than the B85 vehicle.

    Furthermore, they may have difficulty entering and leaving the vehicle in the narrower spaces. Safety issues associated with delays and congestion caused by manoeuvres into and out of Class 1A spaces in large parking areas should also be taken into account. See also Appendix B, Paragraph B4. A proportion of parking spaces for people with disabilities is required to be located near the accessible entrance to the development the car park serves.

    Provision for traffic within a parking facility shall take into account the following: Parking angles used in off-street car parks shall be as follows: Aisles serving such spaces shall be one-way except where parallel parking is allowed on one side, see Clause 2.

    Such arrangements can have advantages for high turnover parking provided drivers are discouraged from entering aisles the wrong way and reversing into parking spaces. Where vehicle negotiation of such devices may lead to structural damage, compliance with this requirement may be waived.

    To limit traffic volumes and consequent congestion in parking aisles to acceptable levels it is good practice not to have parking aisles provide access for circulating traffic to other parking aisles where those aisles together have more than 50 parking spaces for a Class 3 or 3A facility, 75 for a Class 2 facility or ax a Class 1 or 1A facility.

    Circulation roadways should be provided in ad. Any one parking module in other than a private car park shall comprise spaces for one user class only, with the exception that spaces for people with disabilities nzw spaces for small cars, see Clause 2. The provision of a higher class module for a relatively small number of users in that class can be avoided by creating a separate module for that class e. The separate purposes may need to be clearly signposted.

    In a private car park a single module catering for a mixture of classes e.

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    Ends of bays shall be provided with wheel stops if the requirements specified in Clause 2. There shall be no consequential reduction in the combined length of space and width of parking aisle from that given in Figure 2.

    It shall be designated as a space for small cars. The size of such spaces is based on small car vehicle dimensions recommended in Appendix A, Paragraph A6. The minimum dimensions shall be as follows: B In New Zealand—2. Width The minimum width of parking spaces required for each user class is shown in Figure 2.

    Attention is also drawn to the reduced width requirement for 30 degree parking as shown in Figure 2. In the design of buildings or parts of buildings to be used exclusively as parking stations, the location of obstructions such as columns shall be in accordance with Clause nza.

    C1—where parking is to a wall or high kerb not allowing any overhang.

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