The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires the city of Austin and public accommodations to provide equitable access to people with disabilities. Event organizers are expected to make every effort to follow ADA guidelines and to provide and maintain access for people with disabilities. Customers can find more information or assistance by visiting some of the hotels in the area that are ADA-compliant. The trendy Austin Motel offers parking and an accessible path to the entrance of the building, while the South Congress Hotel has elevators and rooms and services adapted for people with disabilities.
Other ADA-accessible hotels in the city include the Zaza Austin Hotel, the Austin Proper Hotel, and ARRIVE Austin. The Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (Access Board) has published a brochure on assisted listening systems that lists demonstration centers across the country where technical assistance can be obtained to select and install the appropriate systems. Consideration should also be given to placing shelves in employees' work areas at a convenient height to ensure accessibility, or installing adjustable shelves available on the market so that reasonable adjustments can be made in the future. In new constructions, single-user accessible bathrooms may be desirable in some situations, as they can accommodate a wide variety of building users.
The Texas Spirit Theater offers a multisensory experience and contains sequences of blinking lights that can affect visitors with photosensitive epilepsy or other photosensitivity. The signs must be located so that the ambient light or the visible bright light source behind or in front of the sign does not significantly exceed the illumination level of the surface of the sign. For example, a marker could be placed that contrasts (light on dark or dark on light) and that also reflects light on one side of said seats so that it is visible in an illuminated auditorium and also reflects light from a flashlight. Spaces located beyond the end zone of a soccer stadium or behind the goals of a gym's basketball court, even if they are in a mansard area, would not be considered comparable unless they were added to other accessible and comparable seating areas that serve the same facility.
The typical accessible parking space is 96 inches (2440 mm) wide with an adjacent 60-inch (1525 mm) access aisle. The van-accessible parking space required by these guidelines provides a 96-inch (2440 mm) wide space with an adjacent 96-inch (2440 mm) access aisle that is wide enough to maneuver and exit a side elevator. The larger space allows vehicles to park on one side or the other within the 132-inch (3350 mm) space so that people with disabilities can exit and enter the vehicle on either side. The Museum received the first recognition for its accessible design and construction by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), together with the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities (GCPD).
The transmission of signals through the power line is relatively simple and is the basis of common and inexpensive remote lighting control systems sold in many departments and electronics stores for home use.