Better access sought for downtown Los Alamos
If you're traveling to Los Alamos, you might get some tips on what to expect in the downtown as far as accessibility from this article -- unfavorable slopes and narrow walkways being among the issues. But at least the local government seems open to changing. "I am a big supporter of walkability," said Council Chair Mike Wheeler after a tour of his town's street scape with some accessibility advocates. "It seems we have some work to do."
So maybe if you're not going to Los Alamos for a while, things might be better. (Generic, not necessarily in Los Alamos cracked concrete photo by Andrea Church via morgueFile)