– A miracle without a future in the Dorcière: the old toilets are already back
The bottom equipment of the bus station continues to challenge. To convey a very bad picture of Geneva far and wide.
It is in use, and still disastrous, that it has become Geneva’s most iconic public toilet. A pair of red, chemical-grade plastic toilets that get hot in the summer and freeze in the winter. The pair bears their olfactory rank at the right-hand corner of the Place Dorcière, on the Rue des Alpes side. Tired silhouette like umbrella near bus stop. The furniture has been abandoned twice.
This unfortunately familiar venue saw some commotion just before Christmas. An expert at the cantonal health garden reports that Dorseyer’s toilets have been changed. We think so but we run to check.
He’s right. Two new cabins appeared in place of the old one. They are blue in color and, above all, they took on a size. Contemporary Equipment: We finally thought – it’s time – for people with limited mobility. These have a dedicated space for them.
It was thrown away, because a week later, city employees put the red binoculars back in their rightful place. flash back. The comfort zone shrank, and the doors slammed in with the wind, revealing a content stricken with disaster.
This temporary removal undoubtedly made it possible to clean up the marked sections. A commendable effort, but the offered low sill still divides in this same ill-equipped urban landscape.
Supply and demand characterize WC in Dorcière, a place visited daily by hundreds of people from all over Europe. The nearby Anglican church, still under construction, overlooking rue Mont Blanc, but also Boniphar and Livery, can be seen on the nose and would be fine without it.