City of Cape Canaveral Installs Beach Mat Pathways To Provide Improved Disabled Access

By  //  March 30, 2017

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Cape Canaveral Mayor Bob Hoog, left, and MobiMat’s Greg Scull check out the MobiMat RecPath nonslip roll-up Beach Access Mat Pathways. “These Americans with Disabilities Act beach pathways are for residents and visitors to use and enjoy,” said the City of Cape Canaveral on Facebook.

BREVARD COUNTY • CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – The City of Cape Canaveral has finished installing three MobiMat RecPath nonslip roll-up Beach Access Mat Pathways at Monroe, Polk and Buchanan Avenues.

“These Americans with Disabilities Act beach pathways are for residents and visitors to use and enjoy,” said the City of Cape Canaveral on Facebook.

In September 2016, the City purchased 600 feet of Electric Blue MobiMat RecPath nonslip roll-up Beach Access Mat Pathway, and it has taken seven months to get an approved permit with FDEP.

With this addition of MobiMat RecPath nonslip roll-up Beach Access Mat Pathways, the City has become an even more attractive community with inclusive, fully accessible beaches.

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“It is the hope of staff that residents who have been unable to access the beach due to disabilities will be again able to enjoy the natural oceanside, witness the next big launch from the sand or even build a sand castle with family and friends,” said the City of Cape Canaveral.

With this addition of Mobi-mat RecPath nonslip roll-up Beach Access Mat Pathways, the City has become an even more attractive community with inclusive, fully accessible beaches.

MOBIMAT STATS AND FACTS

• Best non-slip patented walkway surface in the United States and Europe.
• Created from 100 percent recycled polyester material.
– One 60-foot by 50 foot long mat is equivalent to 1,000 recycled bottles.
• Compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Architectural Barriers Act of 1968.
• Lightweight product for roll up/put down.
• Resistant to repeated vehicle crossings.
• Resistant to UV.
• Long lasting material inert to salt water and fuels.

CLICK HERE FROM BREVARD COUNTY NEWS

The MobiMat RecPath nonslip roll-up Beach Access Mat Pathways os created from 100 percent recycled polyester material.


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