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Mobile Communications: Lessons from the MBTA

The Boston subway system is one of the oldest in North America, with stations and tunnels that have been in continuous use for more than a century. In 2005, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), decided to provide continuous, end-to-end cell phone coverage for Boston subway riders. Today the wireless network provides connectivity to 40 stations and more than 21 miles of underground and underwater tunnels.
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