16New York– Pope Francis is on his way to New York and it is speculated to cause a gridlock of biblical proportions. The Pope will be here Thursday September 24th through Saturday September 26th, making multiple appearances throughout the city. Transit Wireless, Wi-Fi provider in the New York City subway stations, wants to help make commuting in the city as smooth as possible during the papal visit.

The massive street closings are speculated to cause major delays, so what is the best way to avoid the pope mobile and crowds that follow? The subway. The NYPD has provided the Pope’s agenda and street closings that coincide and can be found here.  You can access the Pope’s schedule and other live updates while traveling below all the chaos with Transit Wireless’ underground connectivity. There will be an abundance of security and massive crowds, so be sure to give yourself extra time when traveling. Due to significant changes, NYC bus service is urging commuters who normally take the bus to opt for the subway. The MTA is offering additional services during the Pope’s visit. The complete list of MTA closings, delays, and additional trains can be found here.

Transit Wireless, an industry leader in advanced technology solutions for wireless communications, Wi-Fi, and fiber business solutions, is building cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity in 278 underground New York City subway stations. To date, more than 120 stations in Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx are live, with more coming online regularly throughout the project’s completion in 2017. The current listing can be found on the website under the stations tab. Transit Wireless Wi-Fi is free and may be accessed in activated stations through the SSID or network name, TransitWirelessWiFi. Transit Wireless’ cellular service works on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless networks.