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Nyc Pays $5.3 Million for 5 More Public Toilets That Will Be Ready by Summer 2024

The shoes fit all of us. You’re out and about in the city with a cup of coffee and the new album by your favorite band on when you suddenly realize that you need to leave.

A low-key fear sets in as you go block after block in search of a business that will allow you to use their restroom, experiencing a sharp pang of embarrassment whenever a cashier says “sorry customers only.”

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Through the purchase of additional public restrooms in places that lacked them previously, the City hopes to alter that perception.

New York City’s Parks Department has announced that it will spend around $185,000 for each facility to install five Portland Loos across the five boroughs.

The cost to install the public restrooms is estimated at $5.3 million, which will be paid for by the city. According to the parks department, the hefty price tag is due to the high expense of building new utility lines for water and power to service the loos.

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“We know that public access to bathroom facilities is a high concern for our parkgoers, and we are always delighted to explore ways to make additional comfort stations available to the public,” says a statement made by the parks department.

By the summer of 2024, New York City’s public facilities should be ready for use.

New restroom facilities may be found at Father Macris Park on Staten Island, Joyce Kilmer Park in the Bronx, Thomas Jefferson Park in Manhattan, Hoyt Playground in Queens, and Irving Square Park in Brooklyn.

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From Monday, MTA commuters will be able to use eighteen newly renovated public restrooms located across the subway system. To see what was within, Lauren Glassberg was granted access.

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