SHANGHAI, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- Shanghai plans to add an extra 100 toilets at tourist sites next year as part of nationwide efforts to spruce up public toilets, local authorities said Tuesday.
According to the Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration, most of the new toilets will be built in suburban parks and along the 45-km riverbanks of the Huangpu River. Existing toilets will be renovated and upgraded.
The city will try to provide free toilet paper and will develop an app to help people locate the nearest toilet.
China launched a "toilet revolution" in 2015.
Since then, Shanghai has installed and upgraded 465 toilets at tourist sites and built more than 200 unisex restrooms in public places mainly for parents with toddlers.