CTA Expands Wi-Fi Service to More Red and Blue Line Stations

In May,  Alderman Brian Hopkins  joined Mayor Rahm Emanuel in announcing the expansion of the CTA’s free Wi-Fi network service to all downtown Red and Blue Line station platforms. This new service is available at 18 stations and is ideal for commuters who want to quickly download media, large files or simply access the Internet without using their data from their monthly wireless service packages.

Station platforms now equipped with the new Wi-Fi service include:

• (Blue Line) Division
• (Blue Line) Chicago
• (Blue Line) Grand
• (Blue Line) Clark/Lake
• (Blue Line) Washington
• (Blue Line) Monroe
• (Blue Line) Jackson
• (Blue Line) LaSalle
• (Blue Line) Clinton
• (Red Line) North/Clybourn
• (Red Line) Clark/Division
• (Red Line) Chicago/State
• (Red Line) Grand
• (Red Line) Lake
• (Red Line) Monroe
• (Red Line) Jackson
• (Red Line) Harrison
• (Red Line) Roosevelt

The Blue Line’s Belmont and Logan Square stations will be equipped with Wi-Fi by late May. The cost of this new Wi-Fi service in all Red and Blue line subway stations is approximately $1 million and was paid out of CTA’s operating budget.

For more info visit: https://transitchicago.com/wifi