How to manage mobile traders
- Published: December 21, 2018
- Source: Tianmen.com
One side is the standardized management of the city, and the other is the difficult survival of small business vendors and hawkers. Between the two phases of the game ...
How to manage mobile traders
● Lei Lei, full media reporter of Tianmen.com
Recently, citizens have continuously reflected the problems of mobile vendors' noise disturbing the people and polluting the environment. On the Tianmen website “Exclusive Board of the Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee”, netizens “Momo” reported that Tianmen New City CBD single apartments are under the night market every day, not only Affects pedestrian travel, and littering, pollutes the environment. A netizen "is insomniac due to noise" said that on the Tianmen ship lock, the fruit selling car called the loudspeaker loudly every day, which affected the children's rest and learning ...
In recent years, due to the demands of citizens and the need to create health and culture, our city has continuously strengthened the standardized management of the city, and has adopted a strict management posture for mobile traders, and has also achieved certain results. However, it is the mobile merchants who come and go and come and go again and again. Where should this group go from here and how to manage it? In recent days, reporters conducted investigations and interviews.
Itinerant vendors walking around the city
At 8 am on November 27th, on Gongwang Street, Tianmen New City, vegetable stalls lined up (pictured), occupying the sidewalk. Auntie Zhang, a vegetable vendor, squatted on the stone steps, in front of which were two red cabbage moss, a net bag egg and a hen.
Aunt Zhang is a villager in Wangchang Village, Xiaoban Town. Her son and daughter-in-law work in Guangzhou. In her 60s, she takes care of her grandson at home. Due to the poor economic conditions of the family, Aunt Zhang was unwilling to increase the burden on the children. Although there was no land, she still cultivated a few plots of vegetables in the front and back of the house, and was self-sufficient while selling vegetables to subsidize daily expenses.
After sending her grandson to school every day, Aunt Zhang came here to sell vegetables on an electric car. She said: "Now there are fewer and fewer places to sell vegetables. There are city administrators everywhere. Don't let the stalls come. Come early every day. It can sell for three or fifty yuan for more than an hour. "
On Gongwang Street, there are more than 20 vendors such as Aunt Zhang, which stretch more than 100 meters and occupy nearly half of the pedestrian walkways. The vendors and pedestrians who stopped to buy have a certain impact on the traffic. During this period, although some urban management law enforcement officers came to persuade to leave, the effect was very small, and the dealers left one after another at about 9 o'clock.
The reporter visited and found that there were crowds of mobile vendors at Chuanzha Road, People's Avenue, beside the Tianmen New City stage, and at the intersection of Jiangdian. Most of them appear in the morning and evening during work, mainly vegetables in the morning and fruits, toys and snacks in the evening. Most of these mobile vendors are landless farmers or laid-off workers in the urban-rural junction, and it is not excluded that some of them specialize in making a living.
Mobile traders make love and hate
Sorting out complaints from netizens found that mobile vendors not only affected the city's appearance and order, but also caused a certain impact on the travel and life of citizens. However, during the interview, many citizens felt that mobile vendors brought convenience.
Next to the Tianmen New Town Grand Stage, fruit vendors will gather here every night, and the lady who lives in the fourth phase of Xincheng will bring home some fruits every time she takes a child out. "You can buy fruits when you go out, which is really very convenient." Ms. Xiang said that a city needs some such stalls in order to be more vibrant.
Although sometimes encountering a shortfall of less than two pounds, Aunt Yang of New City Phase 5 still prefers vegetables sold by small business vendors. She said that compared to the vegetable market, the prices of mobile street vendors are generally lower and more fresh and authentic. The farm food tastes better.
For the management of mobile traders, the urban management law enforcement personnel also have a headache, and the enforcement is very difficult. Shao Bo, deputy captain of the Chengnan Brigade of the Municipal Urban Management Law Enforcement Bureau, said that most of them are over 60 years of age, and we can't be overly aggressive in law enforcement. Pressing the gourd to float the scoop cannot solve the fundamental problem.
In his opinion, urban management enforces the law for the urban environment, but many mobile vendors are struggling to survive, and life is not easy. If it is only hard drive, it is easy to cause contradictions and affect social stability, which also brings a huge impact on urban management law enforcement. resistance.
Governance needs to be integrated
As one of the most important factors affecting urban management, the urban management department has also conducted in-depth research and exploration on the management of mobile traders. Xiao Zhengdao, deputy director of the Municipal Urban Management Bureau and head of the Urban Management Enforcement Detachment Team, said that mobile vendors are social pain points and difficulties that have emerged in the context of increasingly standardized urban development.Their main causes are two-fold:
The first is that as the city expands, it continues to extend to the urban-rural continuum, and the number of land-losing farmers is increasing. In addition to planting land, these people have no skills and will eventually become mobile traders in order to survive. Upgrading and upgrading, the market capacity will not rise but fall, and the survival of mobile merchants becomes more and more difficult, which further causes the contradiction between mobile merchants and urban management.
How to manage, Xiao Zhengdao said that the bureau is not completely banned from mobile traders. In the city's main and secondary roads, especially at traffic junctions, it is strictly forbidden for mobile vendors to set up stalls around the park square, and moderate relaxation for back streets and alleys to strengthen inspections and management.
Some citizens said that there is also the problem of mobile merchants occupying chaotic operations in Shenzhen.The local government has not avoided it, but actively explored, taking the community as a unit, building a centralized operation point for mobile vendors, guiding mobile vendors to enter the market, and solving them reasonably. The problem of thinning and blocking.
Some citizens have suggested that since citizens have a demand for mobile traders, they should not just stop and strictly control them. They should strengthen guidance and standardize management. They can appropriately delineate places on back-streets and alleys, limit time, place, variety, and scale. As long as it does not affect the urban sanitation environment and residents' lives, it will allow mobile traders to become a warm scenery in the urban area while facilitating the citizens and enhancing the vitality of the city.