The TTC Will Start Offering Free Wi-Fi On Some Of Its Buses This Month

It's finally happening!

Toronto Staff Writer

The TTC is launching a pilot program this month that will allow bus riders to use Wi-Fi on certain routes.

The new initiative, which was outlined in the agency's latest report, will be installed on a trial basis.

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It will be tested on over 60 buses throughout the coming months. Residents taking the 35 Jane route will be able to access free Wi-Fi starting at the end of May, while the 102 Markham Rd. route will launch the pilot in early June.

The buses will reportedly be "specially marked" to help commuters identify which ones offer internet services.

The move is a small step in expanding the city's established ConnectTO program.

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