Listen to cross the street.
Some people cannot see. It can be hard to walk to the park. It can be scary to cross streets.
More streets need signals that speak. They tell blind people when to walk.
Pray: Thank God for traffic signals that protect blind people. Pray more cities will use these signals.
Read More: New York City bustles with people. A judge says the city must make 10,000 intersections safer for blind people over 10 years. A judge ruled in March that Chicago, Illinois, needs to change more street signals too. Chicago is the third-largest city in the United States. Traffic is noisy. It makes it hard for blind people to know when they can walk. Older traffic signals for the blind make beeps or chirps when it’s safe to cross. Newer signals say “walk” or “don’t walk.”
“Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due.” (Proverbs 3:27)