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The Clever Reason Portland’s Public Toilets Offer Little Privacy

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What would it take to design a public toilet that doesn’t devolve into a den of drugs, graffiti, and a parade of people who relieve themselves on the floor? That was the challenge facing the city of Portland, Oregon back in 2006, when city commissioner Randy Leonard decided to install sidewalk restrooms that would meet the population’s need for relief without becoming a blight on the area.

What would it take to design a public toilet that doesn’t devolve into a den of drugs, graffiti, and a parade of people who relieve themselves on the floor? That was the challenge facing the city of Portland, Oregon back in 2006, when city commissioner Randy Leonard decided to install sidewalk restrooms that would meet the population’s need for relief without becoming a blight on the area.

Their solution was the Portland Loo. And more than a decade after…

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