Mayor Muriel Bowser has not yet signed into law the public bathroom access bill passed late last year by the DC City Council. The legislation, which Drive United supports, would create a task force to recommend locations for stand-alone 24/7 public restrooms in Washington, DC. It would also incentivize businesses to open restrooms to the public during hours of operation. According to the Washington Post, the Bowser administration has objected to the “costs of maintaining and cleaning bathrooms.”

Learn more about the bill and why Drive United believes everyone has the right to go by clicking here.

An update on “The Right to Go”