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WiFi on Metro trains in the works?
Talking to a very savvy Los Angeles friend the other night, he said "I wish there was some sort of website that would tell you cultural destinations near public transit."
And we thought everyone already knew about ExperienceLA.com.
This week, the "Official Cultural Calendar and Trip Planner" (they are funded by a consortium of government agencies, so that has some sort of officialness) is asking for you to take a survey on public transit in LA.
Whenever a survey asks those "would you do this if we offered that" questions, you know they want to do it, but they just have to do their due diligence before Implementing it. So go ahead, answers the questions on their survey and maybe we'll get some trainified wifi. If you take the survey, you are also entered into a contest to win tickets to an event that is Red Line accessible.