DCist's Rachel Sadon reports that the Washington, D.C., Metrorail system has launched a 45-day Wi-Fi program.
The program marks the first time the WMATA has offered Wi-Fi in its stations. After 45 days, Metro will shut off the service and evaluate the program. The six stations that will offer Wi-Fi include: Metro Center, Gallery Place, Judiciary Square, Union Station, Archives and L’Enfant Plaza.
“Having free access to Wi-Fi while on the platforms at Metrorail stations will allow customers to stay better connected while they travel. We are excited to launch the pilot and hear from our customers about their experience,” Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld said in a statement.