Danger Pedestrians Trying to Walk!
I am not blind and I still couldn't navigate the sidewalk between to the two locations -- PAMM and the Ziff Ballet at the Arsht Center -- yesterday on the West Side of the street. I am nursing an injured ankle. Take a look at how they maintain our expensively designed (by Brazilian Artist Burle Marx) sidewalks in our prestige Art Center District, it is a very short walk:
If your blind, how do you not trip? How exactly do you navigate the sidewalk without hitting into something like a tree or pole or garbage pail here. Remember these fancy sidewalks cost a fortune.
|Here is a decaying support in the middle of the sidewalk. I hope it supports nothing important like the Road above it...|
|Why is that girder there, and the bricks and the piece of plywood? Not much to trip on here.|
|Bricks missing and never replaced. You could trip in the sand trap or that short pole in the middle of crosswalk area just beyond it. What is that thing sticking out from the pole on the left.|
|Here it is again, looks easy to walk here.|
|Walking into these concrete barriers would be really easy. Who jury rigged this? And, then the bolts sticking up are just beyond. In front of the Arsht Center the sidewalks are maintained but this is just a block away.|
I also wrote a THIRD BLOG about the East and West side of the street in 2009. The above blog addresses the West Side of Biscayne Blvd. only. Fix the damn sidewalk someone. I want physical therapy on my ankle. To tell you the truth, these 3 blogs are good for a lawsuit.