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  • Olympia visit highlights everyday wheelchair access challenges

    With his wife Mary Ellen providing much of the horsepower Tom Bradley navigates downtown Olympia during an August 30th visit to give the perspective of how someone with a disability makes their way around the myriad sidewalks and pathways while going on with daily life.

With his wife Mary Ellen providing much of the horsepower Tom Bradley navigates downtown Olympia during an August 30th visit to give the perspective of how someone with a disability makes their way around the myriad sidewalks and pathways while going on with daily life. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
With his wife Mary Ellen providing much of the horsepower Tom Bradley navigates downtown Olympia during an August 30th visit to give the perspective of how someone with a disability makes their way around the myriad sidewalks and pathways while going on with daily life. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Bumpy sidewalks, curbs, historic architecture all deter access in downtown Olympia

September 10, 2017 6:00 AM