A year after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority completed its cellular and WiFi network in subway stations, customers are staying connected.
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After a successful trial, Transport for London (UK) will move forward with plans to provide 4G mobile coverage throughout the Tube system in 2019.
SEPTA riders at Suburban Station now have access to high-speed WiFi, interactive kiosks with real-time transit updates, and updated wayfinding and maps.
The MBTA cancelled a controversial plan to install hundreds of monopoles along commuter rail lines to improve WiFi service.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is installing WiFi throughout its bus fleet following a successful pilot this spring.
About 15 people staff the joint control center for Amtrak and MTA Long Island Railroad’s 21 tracks at New York Pennsylvania Station.
The Massachusetts Congressional delegation asked the FCC to review a proposal to construct hundreds of WiFi monopoles along the MBTA commuter rail system.