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Mumbai gets Mobile Women Toilets made from Scrapped BEST Buses!

This service will be launched soon. It is said that it will be a paid service. However, prices will be reasonable ranging from ₹1 to ₹10.

by FighterMan Updated: 09 Jan, 2023, 13:16 IST
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Women in Mumbai have got something to cheer about! The Government has got Mobile Toilets for Women made from scrapped BEST Buses. It is called ‘Ti’ meaning ‘She’ in Marathi.

Mumbai gets Mobile Women Toilets made from Scrapped BEST Buses!

This service will be launched soon. It is said that it will be a paid service. However, prices will be reasonable ranging from ₹1 to ₹10. As per NGO Praja Foundation’s survey, Mumbai has very few public toilets. Moreover, out of those available only 25% are suitable for women. Thus, this initiative can prove a blessing in disguise.

This idea was 1st proposed in 2019, but didn't go well ahead due to Covid-19. The 1st of this Women’s Bus Toilet will be installed near the bus depot outside Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus.

The main reason for this service is to provide hygienic toilets to women. Initially, it will be available in Fort and CSMT areas. Later, it will spread across Mumbai as per priority & requirements.

inside view

This Innovative Toilet will also have changing rooms, vending machines (female hygiene products), and a breastfeeding room. Besides, it will have 3 western and 1 Indian toilet. Also, water and electricity will be provided by BMC. There will also be a Female assistant for help.

With rising searches for “Ladies toilets near me” on the Internet, do you feel this service is worth it? Also, what’s on offer in other Indian cities? Please do share your city’s situation in this regard for a better space for Women in this country.

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Initiative is good but most important part is hygiene. There is a public toilet near Museum at Fort, the toilet charges INR 5 to all but it stinks so badly, that you can't even dare to stand 50 meters away as well. BMC has a very poor record in managing such things...
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i absolutely don't understand how breastfeeding inside a public restroom is considered a good idea in first place. i believe it's just tick all the boxes and has no functional value. and people who are complaining about such benifits to one gender, you people are late, very late , we live in a extremely blue pilled society where men have no value, even if you die no one cares. red pill is lagging very much in India.
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Why only women? Even men need a clean & peaceful place to pee!!!
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Good one. But it's Election times.
Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
Initiative is good but most important part is hygiene. There is a public toilet near Museum at Fort, the toilet charges INR 5 to all but it stinks so badly, that you can't even dare to stand 50 meters away as well. BMC has a very poor record in managing such things...
Deal Cadet Deal Cadet

Good initiative. 👏 This movement should spread across the country. 🚌🚽

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LuckyBhumkar wrote:

Good initiative. 👏 This movement should spread across the country. 🚌🚽

I hope you are talking about the trend when you said movement, or are you talking about the bus stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye
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arorasid wrote:
Initiative is good but most important part is hygiene. There is a public toilet near Museum at Fort, the toilet charges INR 5 to all but it stinks so badly, that you can't even dare to stand 50 meters away as well. BMC has a very poor record in managing such things...
Is this near to depot of cst and baju of road higway right?
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asli_shashikant wrote:
Is this near to depot of cst and baju of road higway right?
It is between museum and open bus terminal
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arorasid wrote:
Initiative is good but most important part is hygiene. There is a public toilet near Museum at Fort, the toilet charges INR 5 to all but it stinks so badly, that you can't even dare to stand 50 meters away as well. BMC has a very poor record in managing such things...
Visit Nariman points public toilet.
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Good inovation for only women.

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nOne123 wrote:
Visit Nariman points public toilet.
OK... sure next time when I go there will visit the same...
Deal Subedar Deal Subedar

Why this partiality towards only one gender ? It should be for all as everyone gets to answer the nature's call or else it will lead to other medical complications. Where should the others go ?

#GenderBias 

Deal Newbie Deal Newbie
Good indication for women plus1
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arorasid wrote:
Initiative is good but most important part is hygiene. There is a public toilet near Museum at Fort, the toilet charges INR 5 to all but it stinks so badly, that you can't even dare to stand 50 meters away as well. BMC has a very poor record in managing such things...

People also don't value hygiene. 

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
Ye 5rs lete hai aur  maintain bhi nhi rakhte hai. Most of the public toilets stinks as hell. 
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Why only women? Even men need a clean & peaceful place to pee!!!
Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
i absolutely don't understand how breastfeeding inside a public restroom is considered a good idea in first place. i believe it's just tick all the boxes and has no functional value. and people who are complaining about such benifits to one gender, you people are late, very late , we live in a extremely blue pilled society where men have no value, even if you die no one cares. red pill is lagging very much in India.
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AnnamalaiNryaa wrote:
i absolutely don't understand how breastfeeding inside a public restroom is considered a good idea in first place. i believe it's just tick all the boxes and has no functional value. and people who are complaining about such benifits to one gender, you people are late, very late , we live in a extremely blue pilled society where men have no value, even if you die no one cares. red pill is lagging very much in India.
I Agree with you too.India should be developing in such areas in which they're not
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Ab ye kaun bola : BEST doesn't want to be AirIndia hence this service 🤣 
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