There are a number of state and local public transportation systems from trains, to ferries to buses that are now offering free Wi-Fi access to their customers.
Below is a list of popular public transportation systems that are currently offering free Wi-Fi. Do you know more public transportation offering free wireless?
Serving Carson City, Reno, North Douglas County, and the Reno/Tahoe International Airport. You can even surf to work using our FREE WiFi.
RTC Sierra Spirit
Reno's free downtown circulator circles the heart of Reno in just 30 minutes. RTC SIERRA SPIRIT is a FREE Wi-Fi "hot spot" for accessing the internet!
Capital Metro Transit in Austin
Now it’s even easier to get connected on Capital Metro. The free onboard Wi-Fi To Go wireless network has been expanded to virtually every Express route bus.* Forget logins and passwords-now you connect automatically. Unfortunately, the Wi-Fi To Go network is not available on #990 Northeast Express, as this route is operated by CARTS.
Utah Transit Authority Buses
Would you like to begin your day earlier, increase your productivity and enjoy your commute to work more than ever before? Now you can with the introduction of UTA's “Internet On the Go” wireless Internet (WiFi). By using your wireless laptop or Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) on any of UTA’s express routes, you can use your travel time to work, surf the Internet, or check and send e-mails. Connecting to the WiFi on the bus is easy. Just look for “UTA_WiFi” in your list of available wireless networks and click connect.
BT serves the town of Blacksburg. A limited number of BT buses offer free wireless internet service.
King County Metro Transit Buses
If you ride Metro Transit routes 255, 644, 197 or selected trips on the 952 custom bus route serving the Boeing Company’s Everett plant, you can grab your laptop, climb aboard and go on-line with free Wi-Fi.
Sound Transit Buses
Select buses on Route 545 Redmond-Seattle. Look for the Wi-Fi icon near vehicle doors to see if your bus or train car is equipped with free wireless internet access.
Washington State Ferries
with over 26 million passenger trips on 28 different ferries to 20 different ports of call in Puget Sound, Washington State Ferry customers will benefit from our enhanced wireless service. With WSF Wi-Fi you are On-board and On-line, converting hours of commute time into productive time. You will be able to check your email, surf the internet, or download a file for today's meeting, all at super speeds with a persistent connection from the vehicle holding area to the car deck or from the terminal to the sun deck.
Other US Transit with Wi-Fi
Megabus by Stagecoach
Megabus is now offering free Wi-Fi to its riders on many US and Canada routes. This Megabus WiFi Zone, powered by Saucon Technologies, lets you connect to the Internet to check your email, surf the web, play games and connect to your corporate network - all at broadband speeds. What's more, this service is completely FREE!