AS 2890.5 pdf download – Parking facilities Part 5: On-street parking

AS 2890.5 pdf download – Parking facilities Part 5: On-street parking

AS 2890.5 pdf download – Parking facilities Part 5: On-street parking
1.1 Scope
This Standard sets out requirements for the location, arrangement and dimensions of on-street parkingfacilities. It includes provisions for special classes of vehicles and for people with disabilities, togetherwith guidelines for the control of parking.
lt normally applies to parking on public roads that provide for through traffic as well as traffic seekingaccess to immediately adjacent development. However,in large off-street car parking areas,highvolume circulating roadways on which there is some parking may need to be treated in accordancewith this Standard.
On-street parking for buses is excluded from the scope of this Standard.1.2 Normative references
The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their contentconstitutes requirements of this document.
NOTE Documents referenced for informative purposes are listed in the Bibliography.
AS 1428.1, Design for access and mobility, Part 1: General requirements for access —New building workAS 1742.11,Manual of uniform traffic control devices,Part 11: Parking controls
AS 2890.1, Parking facilities, Part 1: off-street car parking
AS/NZS 1158, Lighting for roads and public spaces (series)AS/NZS 2890.1, Parking facilities,Part 1: Off-street car parking
AS/NZS 2890.6, Parking facilities, Part 6: Off-street parking for people with disabilitiesAustroads Guide to Traffic Management
Austroads Guide to Road Design
1.3Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.1.3.1
large vehicle for the purposes of transporting people and that has seating for more than 12 persons,including the driver
cars and light commercial vehicles
vehicles that meetthe length and width requirements of the B99 classification defined in AS/NZS2890.11.3.3
competent person
person who has acquired, through education, training, qualification or experience or a combination ofthese, the knowledge and skill enabling that person to perform the task required
large vehicle
vehicle that is longer or wider than the B99 classification defined in AS/NZS 2890.11.3.5
no stopping
requirement that a vehicle may not be stopped or allowed to remain stationary1.3.6
parking zone
portion of a roadway available for parking, full-time or part-time, and designated by means of parkingcontrol signs
Note 1 to entry: Refer to AS 1742.
entire width of a right-of-way between property boundaries, and including footpaths and bicycle paths1.3.8
any one part of the width of a road devoted particularly to the use of vehicles,inclusive of shoulders andauxiliary lanes
safety buffer
area between the parking space and the adjacent trafficable lane or cycle lane to assist with the safeentry and exit from a parked vehicle
Note 1 to entry: The safety buffer is not intended as a designated operating space for bicycles.1.3.10
indicates that a statement is mandatory1.3.11
shared area
area provided for access or egress to or from a parked vehicle and which may be shared with anyother purpose provided that other purpose is not a traffic or bicycle lane and only causes transitoryobstruction of the area
indicates a recommendation

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