SEPTA Tests Free WiFi on Certain Buses

Michael E. Pearson

SEPTA connects people all around the Philadelphia region, and more upgrades may be coming to connect those on board.

A SEPTA official told NBC10 that five of their "Nova" buses -- distinguishable with  their accordion-style centers -- are testing a pilot program that would bring WiFi connection to SEPTA buses.

"We are determining the customer interest in accessing on-board WiFi," the spokesperson said.


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According to SEPTA, this program started a month ago. The buses are currently being rotated through several routes. These buses have signs that alert customers to the WiFi service.

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