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In the latter case they are also called pay toilets and sometimes have of a coin-operated turnstile.
Local authorities or commercial businesses may provide public toilet facilities.
Railway stations, filling stations, and long distance public transport vehicles such as trains, ferries, and planes usually provide toilets for general use.
Portable toilets are often available at large outdoor events.
Another traditional type that has been modernized is the screened French street urinal known as a pissoir (vespasienne).
The word "toilet" generally denotes the fixture itself rather than the room.Public toilets are typically found in schools, offices, factories, and other places of work.Similarly, museums, cinemas, bars, restaurants, entertainment venues usually provide public toilets.Others are underground, including older facilities in Britain and Canada.Contemporary street toilets include automatic, self-cleaning toilets in self-contained pods; an example is the Sanisette, which first became popular in France.The installations are part of a street furniture contract between the out-of-home advertising company and the city government, and allow these public conveniences to be installed and maintained without requiring funds from the municipal budget.Various portable toilet technologies are used as public toilets.In continental Europe, both "toilet", a translation of the French les toilettes, and "WC" (abbreviation for "water closet", an older term for the flush toilet), are common.Mosques, madrassas (schools) and other places Muslims gather, have public sex-segregated "ablution rooms" since Islam requires specific procedures for cleansing parts of the body before prayer.As public toilets were traditionally signed as "gentlemen" or "ladies", the colloquial terms "the gents' room" and "the ladies' room" indicate the facilities themselves.The British Toilet Association, sponsor of the Loo of the Year Award, refers to public toilets collectively as "away-from-home" toilets.