With the assistance of Google, now individuals can find 331 public urinals in New Delhi regions. All you require to do is to type “Public Toilet” or “Toilet” in Google Map and it will assist you drive through the busy lanes of New Delhi to the urinals. The facility was rolled out last week with the aim of making areas of New Delhi cleaner and lowering public urination.
The urinals of New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) have been placed on Google so that any individual can effortlessly find it. Presently, NDMC has placed 331 units of public urinals on Google Map. This information was given by Naresh Kumar, chairperson of NDMC.
The urinals can also be found on NDMC mobile app named as NDMC311. Within 3 Months, 41 additional units of public urinals in NDMC regions might be placed on Google.
The addresses of NDMC 331 urinals are accessible at a single click on handset. After utilizing the public urinals, consumers can give rating to the public urinals and share their experience. In most of the urinals, the experience is frequently better than the urinals in other areas of Delhi. The review by the public will assist NDMC track the experience of the public and enhance amenities and infrastructure in the urinals.
“It will make a database of content sourced from crowd in the form of feedback by citizen,” Naresh Kumar claimed. A Google-based Toilet Locator alertness movement was also rolled out at Smart Toilet Block in Rafi Marg for urban local bodies in National Capital Region and Delhi by the Ministry of Urban Development.
“By this movement, we have to take on an exercise of finding the public and community urinals which comprise municipal urinals along with the urinals at malls, petrol pumps, bus-stands, railway stations, and at other public places in NCR and Delhi,” claimed Swachh Bharat Mission Director, Praveen Prakash. Prakash is also Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Urban Development.
The Google Toilet Locator alertness movement was specially made as a pilot project in 2016. It has labeled over 5000 urinals across Gurgaon, Delhi, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, and Noida on Google maps.