Bay Area Traffic
Wi-Fi unplugged for riders on Golden Gate Transit buses
Golden Gate Transit will no longer offer free Wi-Fi on its fleet of 120 buses.
Officials say the technology doesn't work well, partly because of all the hills in Marin County. The transit agency determined that it was not worth spending $6,000 a month on service that was not up to its standards.
Instead, the agency will look at using a stronger 4G network to see if it will work better.
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