SEPTA gets techy with Wi-Fi, kiosks, and device chargers

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PHILADELPHIA — Customers at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority will enjoy new digital amenities at Philadelphia’s Suburban Station.

The agency has partnered with tech company Intersection on new digital services such as Wi-Fi, information kiosks, and device chargers. According to the agency, passengers can now tap into free gigabit high-speed Wi-Fi, 10 new interactive kiosks that offer real-time transit information, digital maps, and soon — device charging stations.

In addition to these new digital service offerings, the agency is also deploying nearly 300 digital displays with real-time train updates across subway and commuter rail lines. The displays will include travel information and advertisements.

According to the agency, more than 25,000 customers use Suburban station each day.

See the news release online.

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