KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City busses are going high-tech. Starting in March, metro and MAX riders will have access to free wifi on buses—something less than 4 percent of busses have nationwide.
Right now it’s just a pilot program to see how well it works and just how much of a demand is out there.
“The younger generation who is a large part of our ridership really expects connectivity wherever they go, especially at public places,” KCATA Marketing Supervisor Bridget Moss said.
You can test out the wifi and register to win prizes Friday 1 to 2 p.m. at the MAX stop on 51st and Oak.