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New spaces for handicapped and visitors enhance ALMH's 7th Street parking lot

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[NOV. 5, 2004]  Recent enhancements provide easier access for patients and guests using the Seventh Street parking lot at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital.

Handicap-labeled parking spaces have been relocated at the east side of the power plant and positioned at an angle to allow easier loading and unloading of patients and guests who use vehicle lift products. The direction of traffic flow in these newly designed spaces is south only, a change to better protect pedestrians.

In addition, extra spaces have been designated for visitors, increasing the previous 12 spaces to 24, to provide more direct-access spaces for patients and guests who prefer not to cross Eighth Street when visiting ALMH. Five new visitor spaces adjacent to the new handicap-labeled spaces also support a south-only traffic flow.

Visitors to ALMH are asked to be observant of these new parking areas and traffic flow changes.

[Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital news release]

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