Gates to Control Access to Revenue and Nonrevenue Transit Facilities
This recommended practice provides guidance for the installation of gates used to control access to areas under the jurisdiction of a transit agency.
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additional protections against the vulnerabilities of their hinges and latches. Many gate types are available to the transportation industry, ranging from high-security grille types to cost-effective chain link. Gate types should be integrated with other security standards, including CPTED, lighting, barriers, etc., to provide balanced protection and to enhance other security solutions. Different gate types can also be used with protective vehicle barriers, but they should blend with area aesthetics and adhere to laws and local ordinances, including the Americans with Disabilities Act. This Recommended Practice should be considered using a “systems approach” to achieving security objectives.
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