AS NZS 2890.1 PDF

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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These may be of lesser width than those for user Class 1 aisles and may not allow access into parking spaces in a single manoeuvre by some vehicles, see Appendix B, Paragraph B4. Concurrent Users means the maximum number of people able to access the Product at any one time, and is limited to the number of Licences purchased.

Category 280.1 and 4 facilities may also be considered for provision as intersections. It includes access and egress requirements for both public and private car parks, and car parking on domestic properties.

If intended as an intersection, the entry and exit shall be designed as if for a public roadway, with all necessary traffic control devices and intersection geometric design requirements.

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In both cases areas shall be checked using single turn swept path templates for the B99 vehicle and the B85 vehicle, generated in accordance with Appendix B, Paragraph B3. Intersection areas designed for use by one vehicle at a time 2890.11 be designed for use by the B99 vehicle.

B In New Zealand—2. Location of wheel stops with respect to the front of parking spaces is given in Table 2. These dimensions are required to nzss observed even though one-way movement along aisles is imposed for other purposes, see Clause 2. Local area traffic management AS This is primarily due to the width mm of the vehicle which represents the Wheel stops should be avoided in any situation where they may be in the path of pedestrians or wheelchairs moving to or from parked vehicles, or crossing a car park for any other purpose.

In the latter case, the width will vary according to the width of 2980.1 parking spaces, wider spaces needing less aisle width for the parking manoeuvre. It is one of a series of Standards on parking facilities as follows: Some four wheel drive wagons that are within the scope of the Nas vehicle have a smaller maximum angle of turn most are now about The two Class 3A options given for 90 2890.11 parking are alternatives of equal standing.


Humps may be either of the following two types depending on their location and the range of speed reduction required. This is based on the philosophy that the statistical chance of two or more longer vehicles seeking to occupy adjacent parking spaces at the one time is relatively low, and where this does occur, a driver can divert to an alternative space with only minor disruption to other users.

Move the template back and forth along the plot, ensuring that the heavy line, representing the underside of the design vehicle, does sa fall below the plot at any point. Pavement markers, if used, shall be substantially flush i.

However, over the last 15 years, vehicles in the medium size category have become both longer and wider. Other documents in this suite of 2890.11. Use standard vehicle length requirements to accommodate any variations nze vehicle. Control to limit the usage of such spaces to ambulances may be required.

Licensed to Mr Steven Waters on 29 April Visit our web sites www. Please address your comments to the Chief Executive of either Standards Australia or Standards New Zealand at 8290.1 address shown on the back cover. Longer transitions or other adjustments to the grade line may be required in these cases. Parking areas must also cater for bicycles, motorcycles, pedestrians, and other legitimate users.

Maximum gradients on and near access driveways, other than at domestic properties see Clause 2.

The fully dimensioned design vehicle is shown in Appendix B, Figure B1. Size px x x x x Such arrangements can have advantages for high turnover parking provided drivers are discouraged from entering aisles the wrong way and reversing into parking spaces.

Grade change transitions will be required in both cases where grades are at or near the maximum, see Item e. As a guide, 30 or more movements in a peak hour in and out combined would usually require provision for two vehicles to pass on the driveway, i. This is even more so for the long wheelbase LWBhigh roofed version. nzz

Off street 28900.1 parking reflects New Zealand vehicle fleet data, and use of that standard is encouraged. 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. 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.


Standards New Zealand :: Parking facilities – Off-street car parking

The services of a professionally qualified person with appropriate experience may be required to make a judgement as to whether a particular grade line design is safe and environmentally sustainable.

The minimum dimensions shall be as follows: This Standard was issued in draft form for comment as DR Licensees are permitted to make paper copies of the Product for Internal use limited to the number of 28990.1 users specified in the SAI Global Infostore order only excludes electronic pads of forms. It should be considered for high turnover situations, especially where minimum width spaces have been used.

Circulation spaces and other general areas AS They are illustrated in Figure 4.

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Bicycle parking facilities AS All referenced documents are displayed below. Following this, a set of nz 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.

Grade changes across a footpath and within the property shall be designed and checked in accordance with Appendix C to ensure that vehicles will not scrape their undersides when negotiating them. As noted in Paragraph A5, whilst the majority of these are below mm in height, there are some commonly used vehicles whose height is approaching mm.

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These templates are intended for use only at residential or domestic car parks to cater for unusually shaped manoeuvre areas in front of parking spaces. A blanket requirement of 2. Table B3 shows as an example, the aisle widths that are required for a parking space width of 2. New Zealand Transport Agency Section: