Apr 08, 2013
By Michael Kramer
The world of Wifi is coming to GO Transit.
It’s the beginning of the transit system’s promise to commuters to eventually offer Wifi on the entire system.
Riders can use the service at the Clarkson and Pickering stations as off last Friday and Oakville comes online in a couple of weeks.
The six-month pilot project will include up to eight more stations and three bus terminals and within a year, all 65 GO stations are expected to provide Wifi.
Access does not extend to GO trains or buses so far but the search is still on to find a provider who can offer it free to commuters on the move.
Customers can access the new Wifi service by selecting “IMA Wifi at GO”on the network listings that pop up on their devices.
The service is being provided at no charge to GO by “IMA Outdoor.”
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