March 9, 2007, Newsletter Issue #54: Consider Sight Lines In Public Restroom Design For Maximum Stall Use

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When working on a public restroom design, especially a women’s public restroom, position the entrances in a way that allows those waiting in line to see all available stalls. This allows customers to determine as quickly as possible which stalls are available and which are occupied. Consider placing sinks and restroom hand dryers in an area separate from the stalls. This will move traffic away from the stalls and hopefully reduce crowding, especially in busy bathrooms.

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