The MTA is adding more restrooms to subway stations across the city after they were closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Toilets have reopened and there are 128 toilets at metro stations now available for travellers on the go.

According to the MTA website, restrooms at seven stations in the Bronx and 21 stations in Brooklyn are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Many of these restrooms have been updated, including new faucets and hand dryers.

Travelers are enthusiastic about the return of toilets in the metro and are thinking about what to look out for when they return.

“Generally speaking, cleanliness should be number one,” said one subway passenger. “The government should spend so much money on cleanliness that it keeps you healthy.”

Google Maps now provides detailed information about which metro stations in the five boroughs have toilets.