Rate Public Toilets in your Area/City

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This will help us understand the current state. Also, please share comments with the ratings so they can be consolidated at a city level and shared with your respective Urban Local Body on a quarterly basis!

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We have 2 public toioets within a radius of say 1,6 km. Both are reasonav;y bad and stink, but are still usable. more  
This is very interesting. A rating for public toilets more  
Noida has serious shortage of public toilets. In our colony of Rajat Vihar, Sec-62, Noida, no public convenience has been planned for guards, gardeners, electricians and pump operators. There is a mother dairy booth but provision of proper washroom is missing in the urban planning. Garbage management is another debacle in the city. Empty plots become dumping ground and bins on roads overflow. Stormwater management is very slack and there is no outfall for the stormwater drain which remains choked with nallah from Koda village connected to the stormwater drain with no outfall. Come and visit us to see Urban Hell!! more  
no public toilets in our area, people use roadside or in the bushes. pls lookinto this and take action and stop roads to be used as toilets more  
No toilets - only public lavoratories then how i can rate it. Suppose we have public toilets the worlds worst thing is the one available in all the cities and villages. The world's big toilets are available in the railway stations and bus stands. No change in the minds of the people and the authorities. more  
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