I have to go to the bathroom pretty much every time I realize that there is no bathroom available to me. So this one hits me right in the gut. City Lab: Where Did All the Public Bathrooms Go? “According to a ‘Public Toilet Index’ released in August 2021 by the U.K. bathroom supply company QS Supplies and the online toilet-finding tool PeePlace, the U.S. has only eight toilets per 100,000 people overall — tied with Botswana. (Iceland leads their ranking, with 56 per 100,000 residents.)” Great, now if I ever go to Botswana, I’m gonna have to go to the bathroom the entire time.