Accessible Hallway and Doors
       
     
Entries and Exits Require the Right Space
       
     
Minimum Width Between Doorstop and Door Open at 90 Degrees
       
     
Typical Guidelines
       
     
Passageway Width Varies with Length
       
     
Pull Side of a Doorway
       
     
Accessible Hallway and Doors
       
     
Accessible Hallway and Doors
Entries and Exits Require the Right Space
       
     
Entries and Exits Require the Right Space
Minimum Width Between Doorstop and Door Open at 90 Degrees
       
     
Minimum Width Between Doorstop and Door Open at 90 Degrees
Typical Guidelines
       
     
Typical Guidelines
Passageway Width Varies with Length
       
     
Passageway Width Varies with Length
Pull Side of a Doorway
       
     
Pull Side of a Doorway

In the United States, the "standard" sized hinged door that meets the 32-inch wide minimum guideline is the 3068.

• 30 is shorthand for 3 feet and 0 inches (914 mm).

• 68 is shorthand for 6 feet and 8 inches in height (2032 mm).

The width between the doorstop and the edge of a 30 door open at 90 degrees is approximately 33-1/2 inches (851 mm).

The next size smaller "standard" is the 2868.

• 28 is shorthand for 2 feet and 8 inches (813 mm).

• 68 is shorthand for 6 feet and 8 inches (2032 mm).

The width between the doorstop and the edge of a 28 door open 90 degrees is approximately 29-1/2 inches (749 mm)—and not wide enough for wheelchair access.