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8/13/2019



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GCRTA to launch Wi-Fi service at stations, on rail cars


GCRTA plans to begin enabling Wi-Fi on all rail cars in its system starting in January 2020.
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Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) Interim Chief Executive Officer Flounsay Caver today announced the launch of free Wi-FI at select Red Line Stations in East Cleveland, Ohio.

The service is now available at Tower City Station platforms and the rail lobby at Cedar University Station in Cleveland, as well as the the interior lobby and rail platform at Louis Stokes/Windermere Station, GCRTA officials said in a press release. 

Crews also are installing Wi-Fi on the Cedar University Station rail platforms, they said. 

GCRTA officials also announced a plan to begin enabling Wi-Fi on all rail cars in its system starting in January 2020.



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