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October 24, 2014

NJ TRANSIT adding more Wi-Fi

A NJ TRANSIT spokesperson said there will be an additional 30 stations by the end of the year and the next implementation will be on board trains


October 2, 2014

Amtrak adding new amenities to Hoosier State service

The addition of the amenities is effective immediately. Amtrak is demonstrating its capabilities while it continues to operate this service under an Indiana Department of Transportation contract extension through Jan. 31, 2015.


August 13, 2014

Port Authority of NY/NJ adding Wi-Fi at World Trade Center

The multi-year agreement will include complimentary Wi-Fi in the retail areas of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, as well as the PATH Station.


July 30, 2014

MBTA adding Wi-Fi on commuter rail system

At absolutely no cost to the MBTA or its customers, inMOTION Wireless Inc. will build a $5.6 million system that will expand and improve both the availability and quality of the existing Wi-Fi service.


February 27, 2014

Kansas City to introduce Wi-Fi on buses

Is conducting this pilot to determine the demand for Wi-Fi on buses and will also assess how well existing technology can meet the needs of riders.


February 11, 2014

Amtrak adds Wi-Fi to Midwest corridor

New installation brings the Wi-Fi coverage to about 85% of passengers across the national network.


December 11, 2013

TTC launches free Wi-Fi at 2 subway stations

BAI Canada is paying the transit agency $25 million over 20 years for the rights to install and operate the network.


November 21, 2013

Calif. agency taps SinglePoint for Wi-Fi

The In Motion Moovbox M220 system consists of two parts: A rugged antenna about the size of a hockey puck that is mounted on top of each vehicle and a 3G/4G router that can also connect to DRV/CCTV security system.


November 5, 2013

Wash. transit launches express bus service for local business

As a public agency, Pierce Transit will use taxpayer dollars to transport at least 37 employees on one bus; however, those workers will pay a higher percentage of the actual cost of their ride — about 60%.


October 31, 2013

Arkansas agency begins Wi-Fi pilot

CATA intends to include the provision of Wi-Fi services in a grant application being submitted to Metroplan later this year. The pilot will last through the month of November.


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