PITTSBURGH - Light rail riders will soon be able to access the internet from smartphones and other electronic devices at several rail stations as part of a plan approved Friday by the Port Authority of Allegheny County Board of Directors.
The agreement allows Comcast to install "hot spots" at seven light rail stations in Station Square, Downtown and the North Shore. There is no cost to Port Authority.
Devices are registered once and will automatically connect for all subsequent sessions.
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