Why aren't all the Casino's in AC required to have handicap entrances?

by Edward Allen
(United States)

Why are all the Casinos that are closing this week are both handicap accessible, leaving only Caesars with one?

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Sep 05, 2014
getting handicap access to the buildings
by: Anonymous

I'm talking about entering the building off of the boardwalk, both Showboat and Revel you pushed a button and the door was opened automatically, there is no automatic door at the Tropicana?

Sep 05, 2014
Atlantic City Casinos & Handicap Access
by: Frank

Hi Edward,

Atlantic City Casinos are required to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and to provide handicap access.

However, handicapped patrons may incur limited access to gaming tables and slot machines. Wheelchair access is often limited to many poker and blackjack tables because most of them are too high.

In recent years Casinos have improved handicap accessible facilities in the gaming floor, though not all have yet to make the needed changes.

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