Transit Wireless Set To Finish NYC Subway WiFi Installations in 2016

Transit Wireless announced that its project to install WiFi in all 277 subway stations across New York City, will be completed by the end of 2016. The communications company recently announced that they will be moving their corporate headquarters from Midtown East to a larger office space at 1350 Broadway. Transit Wireless also revamped their website, including interactive subway maps, careers and media information.

“Transit Wireless is working on an accelerated schedule to bring Wi-Fi service to all 277 underground stations in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority subway system by the end of 2016,” Nathan Cornish, Director of product development at Transit Wireless told New York City Wired. “We’re also working with our wireless carrier partners to connect cellular service in all of these stations as early as possible.”

Transit Wireless, a BAI Communications company known for manufacturing and operating communications networks ranging from cellular and WiFi to broadcast and digital.  Transit Wireless began this project five years ago in 2011, and has had incredible success with it ever since, as shown by their early finish. Transit Wireless WiFi works with AT&T, Sprint, T Mobile, and Verizon. The company provides access for more than five million sessions per month.

Morgan Kelly

Morgan Kelly

Morgan Kelly is a writer and student at the University of Southern California. Morgan, an Atlanta native, is an honors student and volunteer with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.