Chicago (CBS) — Commuters can now stay connected thanks to free WiFi on the CTA Blue Line.

The city announced the new service at the Clark and Lake station.

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It’s the latest in a series of internet upgrades throughout the CTA system.

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In all, the CTA provides WiFi coverage across 22 miles of tunnels and platforms on the Red and Blue Lines.

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The CTA plans to expand coverage to the Washington, Monroe and Jackson stations on the Blue Line later this month.