Free WiFi for passengers on Cardiff bus service

Thursday, January 22nd 2015

Passengers travelling in Cardiff buses will be getting free WiFi service to get online. The Cardiff Bus and Easy Way Travel is offering free WiFi to passengers on the move to connect to the internet and also aims to improve passenger information service. Commuters using the service's over 220 transport vehicles can now use the 4G based WiFi service for free. Over the next two months, the service will be extended over to the whole fleet, in stages.


This has been possible as a part of the Super Connected Cardiff programme, under which digital access is being bettered for the public, for businesses, for visitors and now for commuters too. The City of Cardiff Council has been working hard to bring significant changes to Cardiff's Digital Infrastructure, in collaboration with the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). The business development manager at Cardiff Bus, Gareth Stevens, said that installing free Wi-Fi service on their buses was a natural progression, considering needs of today's fast-paced and digital society. Wi-Fi Access Points are being planned over city-centre bus shelters too, to help passengers track their bus, under a contract being procured for providing and servicing bus shelters around the city.


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