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22 More Stations to Enjoy Go Transit WiFi

TORONTO - On Monday, commuters in the conurbation of Hamilton Area and Greater Metro-Toronto will have one more reason to ride the commuter rail as Go Transit announced 22 additional stations will enjoy free WiFi as of February 2. The effort is part of a continuing rollout of internet access designed to promote productivity and leisure among passengers. The latest stations to have internet access go online are:

As of February 2, Wi-Fi will be available for customer use at the following stations/terminals:

  • Aldershot GO Station
  • Ajax GO Station
  • Appleby GO Station
  • Aurora GO Station
  • Bramalea GO Station
  • Brampton GO Station
  • Bronte GO Station
  • Burlington GO Station
  • Clarkson GO Station
  • Cooksville GO Station
  • Danforth GO Station
  • Eglinton GO Station
  • Erindale GO Station
  • Exhibition GO Station
  • Finch GO Terminal
  • Guildwood GO Station
  • Hamilton GO Station
  • Longbranch GO Station
  • Maple GO Station
  • Meadowvale GO Station
  • Milton GO Station
  • Mimico GO Station
  • Mount Joy GO Station
  • Oakville GO Station
  • Oshawa GO Station
  • Pickering GO Station
  • Port Credit GO Station
  • Richmond Hill GO Station
  • Rouge Hill GO Station
  • Scarborough GO Station
  • Streetsville GO Station
  • Square One GO Terminal
  • Union Station Bus Terminal
  • Unionville GO Station
  • Whitby GO Station
  • Yorkdale GO Terminal

President Bruce McCuaig of Metrolinx, the Crown Agency that integrates & manages the transportation and road systems in the GTHA conurbation, said the rollout is all about bringing greater convenience to commuters. He pointed out the expanded internet is designed to give residents a greater incentive to ride Go Transit. Accessing the internet service is simple. Users need to point their WiFi devices at network "Free WiFi at GO" to get connected.

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Sean is a London (Ontario) based writer, and has been writing full-time for eCanadaNow since May of 2005, covering Canadian topics and world issues. Since 2009, Sean has been the lead editor for eCanadaNow. Prior to his work writing and editing for the eCanadaNow, he worked as a freelancer for several Canadian newspapers.. You can contact Sean at {Sean at] Google


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