Previously, previously, previously, previously.
Ceci n'est pas un signe.
Ceci est un faux ami.
File under: more questions raised than answered.
I'm going to like the idea that this is an unfortunate/clever way of avoiding making it ADA compliant or building something that, because of width and curvature, perhaps couldn't ever be made compliant, but which the bipedally-lucky may be left to traverse as a landscape element at their own risk.
Since y'all seem to at least make an effort at all with that out there.
Presumably if you walk down along it, you'll reach the end of that "walkway" and find yourself standing at a dead-end atop an 5-10' retaining wall (or similar situation). This would be bad to learn the hard way on a skateboard.
If you follow the dirt footpath, instead, it'll drop you off more conveniently.
Nope, there's actually no reason at all not to walk on it.
the sharp sides of that sign may easily wound you if you do so, though.
"Haha, just kidding." ?
What does the back of the sign say?
"keep off the grass"
The local Post Office depot has a warning sign next to the staircase. It warns people to "mind the step" and instructs them to hold the handrail.
That's after you've walked through a glass door and down a small set of steps first, of course.
I have to agree - it looks more like a platypus than a walkway to me.
"THAT WALKWAY IS A SPY!"
I need to play less Team Fortress 2.