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New Brunswick transit companies jump on Wi-Fi access but big city transit remains cautious

News | 09/16/2009 2:20 pm EDT

Moncton did it, Fredericton is testing, and Bathurst is on deck, but large scale Wi-Fi access rollouts to municipal transit systems are daunting for larger municipalities. As a result, many are taking a wait-and-see approach, despite proof that Wi-Fi on public transit pays for itself with increased ridership.

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