The ADA bathroom layout guidelines are intended to protect people with disabilities by ensuring enough space in public restrooms. When designing an ADA bathroom layout, there are numerous guidelines to follow. For handicap-accessible restrooms, specific dimensions must be followed. The dimensions of the grab bars, mirrors, sink, toilet, tissue dispenser, towel dispenser, seat covers, and hand soap dispensers must be adhered to in each restroom. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) established minimum standards for public toilets and commercial bathrooms. These requirements apply to all government, state, and local agencies, parks, recreation centers, and retail businesses for new and altered construction sites.