The Foggy Bottom Metro station is now offering free Wi-Fi for riders.
Metro added 24 stations – including Foggy Bottom – to its free Wi-Fi program Thursday, expanding the number of Wi-Fi-enabled stations to 30, according to a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority release.
The agency, which oversees Metro, began the free Wi-Fi program in April at six stations: Metro Center, Gallery Place, L’Enfant Plaza, Judiciary Square, Union Station and Archives. Riders at the Farragut North, Farragut West and DuPont Circle stations can also access Wi-Fi beginning Thursday, according to the release.
All remaining underground stations will be connected by mid-2018, according to the release.