The Ministry of Regional Development proposes to expand the women's toilets to increase the bandwidth.
Practice shows that women spend 50% more time in a toilet than men. Therefore, in each room with the "W" emblem, much longer queues are constructed than similar rooms with the letter "M". The Ministry of Regional Development plans to amend the state building regulations to change the women's toilets in public places that are being projected at the moment.
This was announced by Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Regional Development Lev Partskhaladze on Facebook.
He proposes to extend women's toilets at least twice to increase their bandwidth.
If the proposal is approved, then perhaps this year, public places will be built with large spacious women's toilets.