RIDERS CAN NOW ACCESS FREE WI-FI WITH GWINNETT COUNTY TRANSIT
(Lawrenceville, Ga., April 26, 2018) – The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners recently approved the purchase of equipment to make Wi-Fi available on Gwinnett County Transit’s entire bus fleet. This free amenity is now available on all GCT buses for patrons with Wi-Fi enabled mobile devices.
“We are excited to add this feature to our transit vehicles,” said Karen Winger, director of the Gwinnett County Transit Division. “The Wi-Fi connection will allow our customers to stay connected while they enjoy their stress-free transit ride.” Riders will have the opportunity to log in to the open network for access to their favorite entertainment, public service information, emails and more.
Wi-Fi is available to all customers on commuter express, local and paratransit vehicles. For easy access, login instructions will be made available on Gwinnett County Transit’s buses via decals and on the website www.gctransit.com.
Gwinnett County Transit currently operates five commuter express routes using the managed lane on I-85, six local routes to connect neighborhoods, businesses, educational and leisure opportunities, and paratransit service for individuals who qualify.
For additional information about how to access the internet while on a Gwinnett County Transit bus, or for additional information about routes and schedules, visit www.gctransit.com or call Gwinnett County Transit Customer Service at 770-822-5010.