The MTA is on schedule to provide Wi-Fi in all 279 of its underground subway stations by the end of the year, amNewYork has learned.

As of Tuesday, more than 250 stations have been equipped with the service through Transit Wireless, the company contracted with the agency to provide Wi-Fi throughout the system, according to a source familiar with the project.

The progress will represent a successful completion under an accelerated timeline established by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has championed outfitting the state-run agency’s subway and bus system with cell and wireless internet service as a way to bring the MTA “into the 21st century.”

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