Delaware River Waterfront Corp. looks to meet visitors’ basic needs

    There’s one key element missing from the ever-expanding Delaware River waterfront development. It’s a going problem.

    As the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation continues its plans to develop the area, visitors are going to need some public bathrooms.

    The DRWC and Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and Planning Alan Greenberger are looking into how to best meet people’s need, PlanPhilly reports, and what’s the most economical way to provide sanitary public restrooms along the waterfront.

    Check out some of the options and prices here.

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