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May 7, 2014 6:04 PM

Century-old Union Station goes Wi-Fi

When Union Station was being built they wired it for electricity. A century later, the huge structure has been fitted for the digital age — with more than a mile and a half of fiberoptic cable. The entire public space of Union Station is now “hot” with free Wi-Fi, which is expected to be an asset for business while allowing people to access the Internet without sapping their data plans.

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