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The Importance of Blind Way for the Blind

The main sidewalks in the cities where we live are paved with bricks for the blind, which are paved with strips and dots, and are "paths" designed for the convenience of the blind. This seemingly ordinary path winding between various beautiful patterns of floor tiles silently undertakes an almost sacred mission: to help blind people overcome their disabilities and gain more living space and social civilization achievements. This reflects the respect and care for the disadvantaged groups, and has become a beautiful landscape of modern urban construction.

1. The purpose of blind way

In life, many people know little about the blind way and do not understand the purpose of the blind way. The color of the blind way is different from the color of other sidewalk surfaces. Some people think that it is to add color to the road; some people don't even know what a blind way is, and some people think it is a non-slip road. Only by making people have a clear understanding of the role of the blind way can we maintain the blind way facilities and ensure that the value of the blind way can be realized. When the blind can walk freely on the blind way, it undoubtedly shows that the level of public morality in our society is improving, and our management is more and more humanistic.

Of course, this requires the joint efforts of the whole society. There is still a long way for the blind to meet the needs of the blind. It is by no means just laying a few bricks for the blind on the main street. The blind way is paved with the care and love of the society. Caring for vulnerable groups has become an important symbol of modern civilized society. The more civilized and progressive the society is, the more attention must be paid to the interests of disadvantaged groups. This is the inevitable result of human conscience and rational self-consciousness.

2. The importance of the blind way for the blind

Blind way bricks are generally paved with two types of bricks, one is a strip guide brick, which guides the blind to move forward with confidence, which is called a blind way; the other is the cue brick with dots, which reminds the blind that there is an obstacle ahead and it is time to turn, which is called a cue for the blind. The blind way with yellow protruding stripes is like the static eyes of the blind. It is paved on the sidewalk of the road and is set up for the convenience of the blind. The special shape of the brick is completed by using the foot feeling of the blind and the sense-aiding principle of the blind way brick.

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