Luxury buses offer Silicon Valley commuters a wired ride

03/29/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

A fleet of buses equipped with leather seats and free wireless Internet service is prospering in Silicon Valley, where workers from Cisco Systems and other companies pay $5 to $9 per ride. The Wi-Drive buses, which are operating at 60% to 70% capacity, also offer coffee and pre-ordered breakfasts. "Wireless is fantastic, so I can work two extra hours there and back," said one Cisco employee.

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