NJ Transit, June 14

Hello Readers!  Sorry for the long hiatus after my initial flurry of posts, but I was on an adventure, and now I’m going to let you in on it.  I spent a week in Germany, visiting Berlin and Frankfurt, and I collected some memorable bathrooms for you!  For the next few weeks, I’ll be reliving my journey through restrooms, and it all starts with NJ Transit, which took me from Penn Station to the Newark International Airport.

This was the Newark Airport station; they have little enclosures on the outdoor tracks that are climate controlled and have seats, and restrooms!  I think this is a wonderful service for road weary travelers who need a place to sit and relax.  I didn’t actually use the restroom.  Thank goodness I didn’t need to because it smelled strongly of urine – I think the last user didn’t flush the toilet.  After all, it is part of a bustling path of public transportation.  I was more surprised by how clean and well maintained it was, and it was quite spacious (wheelchair accessibility has been great for public restrooms).

Thank you NJ Transit for anticipating our needs on the road, including a big clean space to refresh ourselves on the road!

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About amyontheotherside

I've always been attentive to the public restrooms I've used...the good, the bad and the ugly! They all have their uniqueness and charms. I explore these on my blog, "From in the Can". In the rest of my life (outside of the bathroom) I have just moved from NYC to Virginia and am chronicling the experience in the "Experiment in a New Life" blog.
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One Response to NJ Transit, June 14

  1. Charlotte says:

    I never even noticed that bathrooms were at that spot.

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