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NJ Transit approves Wi-Fi plan from Cablevision

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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Transit's board approved a proposal Wednesday that will give rail travelers wireless Internet access in stations, on platforms and onboard trains by the end of 2016. But it won't be free for everyone. The contract with Cablevision Systems Corp. is for 20 years and won't cost NJ Transit anything. Cablevision will install fiber optic cabling, wireless access points,...

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