KC buses to offer free Wi-Fi

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority says it’s going to offer free Wi-Fi service on several of its buses.

The Kansas City Star reports  that all of the city’s MAX buses and 22 other metro area buses will offer the service beginning this week. Buses with Wi-Fi will have signs on board.

KC ATA spokeswoman Cindy Baker says the service is through T-Mobile and will allow riders to stay connected while they’re riding the Metro.

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