The seemingly ordinary blind roads that spread throughout the city's main streets, in fact, quietly shoulder the sacred mission of providing blind people with road safety. However, the author found that many blind lanes are occupied by some motor vehicles and non-motor vehicles almost every day. The barrier-free blind lanes that were originally established for blind people are now mostly "busy", and barrier-free passage for blind people has become a crap.
As a result, the author thought of a slogan that was moving: Think about the interests of the disabled, and work for the convenience of the disabled. "Everywhere" here is obviously aimed at healthy people with healthy limbs and good eyes. In order to care about the travel convenience of the disabled, the government has invested a lot of financial and material resources to create a dedicated blind lane. However, some blind lanes have not exerted their functional effects, and the phenomenon of occupied blind lanes is widespread. Is the effect of blind passage or a negligence? I don't think so. The real reason is that some people only care about their own convenience, they do not consider the convenience of the blind, and the lack of handling by functional departments is the essence of the problem.
The blind road is a road facility that provides convenience and safety for the blind. It is not only a cultural concern for the disabled, but also an image of urban civilization. Occupying the blind track or the blind track cannot be connected, such a blind track has a "blind spot" and becomes a "blind guide", which instead brings hidden dangers to the blind.
There is a "blind spot" on the blind road, which clarifies that there is a "blind spot" in the public moral consciousness of the public, and a "blind spot" in the handling of relevant departments. Therefore, the author hopes that every citizen can consider himself for the blind and not take the blind road at will. Relevant departments should strengthen the handling of blind roads, and check, supervise and handle more to ensure that the blind roads are unobstructed and not built.