Aims to petition to End Daylight Saving Time
Governments really need to look at the option of doing away with daylight saving time. Some of the expected changes like saving energy have not worked and even if they did, only a tiny part was realizes hence the need to abolish this act. The daylight saving time program is now outdated hence a need to bring it down.
Before the department of transportation that was awarded the responsibility of running the daylight saving program decides to legalize the program in any state, it should put some requirements into consideration. Some of these requirements include location of bus stations , railway stations, shipment of products, and the location where most citizens live, go to work, attend school, receive health care and worship. In most cases, not a lot of places meet these requirements and if they do only a little, hence the logic that this program is no longer beneficial should be clear to see.
All the bad effects of the daylight saving time program have a toll on many sectors of the economy but majorly the air transport sector. The fact that air travel is solely dependent on all the timing made, which will be altered in untold proportions really messes up the plans made by the airport. When the air transport system is crippled some business people may have missed important meetings that would have brought in extra capital to the country all because the daylight saving time program has its grip deep within these states.
When the daylight saving time program begins some people start to experience problems with their health. The health problems being talked about include a rise in child security issues, increased vehicle accidents, increased work injuries and an ever rising number in heart attacks.
The daylight saving program has contributed to the unsafe environment that our kids now have to deal with: leaving very early and coming home late, most affected are the girls who are in more danger of being attacked since they are perceived to have weaker defenses to their attackers than their male counterparts. Secondly, the increased number of accidents on the roads is people have to wake even earlier to reach their objectives for the day and in the process could end up in accidents since driving in the dark is much more riskier and dangerous than during the day.
Work related injuries are bound to increase because workers and laborers have to work longer hours than what they did when the program was not in effect and now their exhaustion levels have increased. In conclusion the procedures involved in making an area suitable for the program examples changing its time zone consume a lot of money, time and effort which could be channeled into other useful sectors hence to the need to get rid of this useless, outdated program.