Gone are the days when you had to be a Google employee to enjoy Internet-wired shuttles. USA Today is reporting that more than 20 cities are now offering WiFi on commuter buses including cities like San Francisco, Reno, Austin and Seattle.
Although not all cities are eager to jump on-board, cities that have initiated the service are finding it well received by the public. Wiring each bus is said to cost about $1,000 to $2,000, which isn't too shabby considering how many commuters would utilize it.
A majority of you said that you would love to have WiFi on public transportation, whether it be bus, planes or trains, so I'm sure you're super stoked about this news. Although in-flight calling ability on planes is a totally different story!