Pittsburgh to see Wi-Fi at light rail stations

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PITTSBURGH — Transit managers at the Port Authority of Allegheny County have approved a seven-year agreement to equip seven light rail stations with Wi-Fi service around Pittsburgh. The mobile hot spots will be installed in stations around Station Square, downtown, and the North Shore region. The service is being installed at no cost to the transit agency.

The service, which is being provided by Xfinity, will be available sometime in June. It will be free to transit riders.

Pittsburgh’s light rail system spans 26.2-miles and serves more than 50 stations.

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