At first glance, I'm going "Way to go Isla! Finally somebody is thinking about this stuff." But notice that white leg poking into the upper left of the picture above. Below is a picture of the mine field to your left, should you choose to use this ramp.
Ok, that sandwich board could be moved to another spot. No problem. It is advertising Aluxes Coffeehouse just down the street on the left. I'm sure the owners, Ivan and Jenny, would move it if somebody pointed out that it was blocking the handicap sidewalk. But why bother? Notice where they put the utility pole. No way a wheel chair would ever get around that thing anyway.
Although not as bad, the way to the right if fraught with problems also. First thing is another wheelchair ramp in the middle of the sidewalk. That leads nowhere and is superfluous, given the one on the corner, just steps away.
Even if you were to successfully negotiate around the ramp, you would next encounter that huge, heavy pot with a tree in it. Then another ramp for golf carts which would be perilous to your health were you to try to get over it. So at that obstacle, the only thing you can do is turn around. Go back to the ramp and start over.
But not on this corner.