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Transportation Building

104 S. Mathews Ave., Urbana

Score: -26

23 votes counted.

2.3 Smell

2.5 Crowdedness

2.4 Cleanliness

Transportation Building
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Salty Shitter says...

Bathrooms are full of weird engineering kids almost constantly, the door auto opens and can trap you behind it if you're trying to throw out a paper towel. For an engineering building there is an extremely surprising amount of design flaws that are overlooked. The third floor bathroom's sinks are nearly completely unusable, and the lights turn off after 3 min with no good way of turning them on again aside from waddling over to the main door while trying to avoid posterior drippage. -1/10 would not poop again unless absolutely necessary. Borderline worth it to fast-walk to a different building, even if it means some slight leakage occurs.

nagol says...

@logan that's blasphemy!!!!!!!!11!!!!!!!!1

logan says...

I poop here everytime I need to poop

George R Carlisle says...

The old rare pedestal urinals are gone. They cracked and crazed and had to be replaced by modern Standard and kohler wall 1-gallon urinals. Toilets were 1950's Kohler and Standard models. Restrooms are old and not air conditioned, thus having some odor. Building is hot in winter and makes odor worse. There is only one Women's room on second floor; the others are all men's. This is common in the older engineering buildings, built in the day when most, if not all, engineering students were male.

George R Carlisle says...

The old rare pedestal urinals are gone. They cracked and crazed and had to be replaced by modern Standard and kohler wall 1-gallon urinals. Toilets were 1950's Kohler and Standard models. Restrooms are old and not air conditioned, thus having some odor. Building is hot in winter and makes odor worse. There is only one Women's room on second floor; the others are all men's. This is common in the older engineering buildings, built in the day when most, if not all, engineering students were male.

George R Carlisle says...

The old rare pedestal urinals are gone. They cracked and crazed and had to be replaced by modern Standard and kohler wall 1-gallon urinals. Toilets were 1950's Kohler and Standard models. Restrooms are old and not air conditioned, thus having some odor. Building is hot in winter and makes odor worse. There is only one Women's room on second floor; the others are all men's. This is common in the older engineering buildings, built in the day when most, if not all, engineering students were male.