Cubs solve line problems with portable toilets, wait times minimal

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Wait times for bathrooms at Wrigley Field were significantly reduced Wednesday thanks to the addition of more than 70 portable toilets.

The working restrooms on the lower concourse had no lines at all, while the waits for portable toilets in left field saw only minimal waits.

Attendance for the game was far less than the 35,055 capacity crowd that attended Sunday night’s opener, which certainly helped solve the problem, as well.

The Cubs had staff directing and managing the lines for bathrooms to keep things moving. There were also stations with sanitizer set up right outside the bathrooms.

The portable toilets in the left field concourse were lined up against the wall opposite concessions stands. It was a little too close for comfort if you have a sensitive stomach.

These people weren’t grossed out enough to load up their hot dogs, though.


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