Ace train expands Wi-Fi service to its entire route without interruption

Service now available in some rural areas that lacked connections.

Passengers on the ACE train, which serves Pleasanton commuters, can now enjoy expanded internet access in transit.

Wi-Fi is now available in all cars of the train, but ACE representatives said that service may not be available in some of the rural areas along the train's route.

The Altamont Corridor Express runs four westbound trains from Stockton in the morning and four more eastbound trains from San Jose in the afternoon.

In addition to Pleasanton, the line has nine stations in Santa Clara, Alameda and San Joaquin counties.

Bay City News contributed to this report.

— Bay City News Service


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