Have your say on bus WiFi

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FOLLOWING the 12-month trial of free WiFi on ACTION buses, the ACT Government is inviting Canberrans to provide feedback.

action bus“Free WiFi on buses is another way in which we are improving the accessibility of our buses. We encourage passengers to provide feedback to enable us to continue to support the services we provide,” says the director of Public Transport Operations, Ian McGlinn.

“The buses are specially fitted to provide customers [with] access to the CBRfree WiFi network while travelling on the trial buses. Trial buses can be identified by a range [of] media including CBRfree WiFi stickers, full bus wrap, marketing and digital displays in the bus.”

He says success of the trial will be evaluated on usage, as well as customer and driver feedback and value for money. This will help inform whether WiFi will be rolled out to the rest of the ACTION bus network.

The survey is open until Friday, November 4, and can be accessed via transport.act.gov.au

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