Posts Tagged ‘American Restroom Association’

Passengers win two toilet access victories today

Passengers win two toilet availability victories today In a singular move to accommodate transit riders, the Washington DC area Metro announced today that there will be restrooms at every station on the new Silver line.  http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/12/20/AR2009122002030.html   The American Restroom Association has long advocated for toilet availability for the capital’s extensive light rail system and…

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Guest Post: Code change is the best way to increase restroom availability

By Robert Brubaker, Program Manager, American Restroom Association Code change is the best way to increase restroom availability. 090809rb 8:23 am 090809cm   1:45 pm   546 words A State code expert from Kansas,  Eirene Oliphant has submitted potty parity code change proposals that address some of the ‘long line’ problems women face waiting to…

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phlush.org is under construction! Launch is March 24!

Excuse our mess. phlush.org is under construction. We thought about doing this messy work out of view. But we know this: Everybody is smarter than anybody. So why not help us out by emailing suggestions or commenting below? The purpose of phlush.org is to bring together practical resources on public restroom design and management and…

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