The Ministry of Transportation has announced that Metrolinx is setting up a free WiFi network aboard all GO vehicles across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
The Ontario government announced on Wednesday that it will soon be testing WiFi services on two GO trains and four GO buses.
Anne Marie Aikins, spokesperson for Metrolinx, said on Twitter that it will test over the coming months to “ensure a great customer experience.” The transit agency will look for feedback from riders and monitor the quality of the six vehicles with WiFi as they move along in the process.
The GO network has 75 trains and over 500 buses, so we’re a long way to go before WiFi is fully rolled out through the whole network. Metrolinx has yet to identify a full launch date but in the meantime, you’ll know whether you get WiFi because the pilot project GO vehicles will have signage letting you know.