Motorway Service Areas: Public Lavatories

Department for Transport written question – answered on 2nd July 2018.

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To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what progress has been made by the Taskforce on the design and facilities of Motorway Service Areas to ensure more Changing places toilets are installed in motorway service stations.

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The Government is clear that customers should have access to toilet facilities at motorway service areas that are appropriate to their needs. The Taskforce was announced by the previous minister, John Hayes and the Government is now considering how the provision of Changing Places facilities can be increased at Motorway Service Areas as part of the Inclusive Transport Strategy. Alongside this, we are also working closely with MSA operators to understand how better facilities might increasingly be provided as part of their investment and renewal plans.

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