Floor sinks to accommodate prayer requirements for Muslim taxi drivers will be installed at Indianapolis International Airport by fall.
David Dawson, a spokesman for the airport project, said this week that two bathrooms, one for men and one for women, will have the sinks. Both will be in a 900-
square-foot building where taxi drivers gather before picking up passengers at the terminal.
Many of the taxi drivers are Muslims who pray five times a day. The prayer involves many rituals, including washing the feet.