NYC WI-FI HOTSPOTS

In the public transit capital of the world, various modes of transportation converge to form a thick web of bike lines, subway lines, city streets and more. In New York, America’s largest and densest city, public Wi-Fi is available for free in many locations through local initiatives designed to increase internet access for the more than 8.9 million people who live there. Yet how on earth can one figure out where will have adequate coverage in such a condensed and hard-to-navigate place like NYC? Using Map Mavin and publicly available GIS layers, this map shows where to go to stay connected while traveling around “The City That Never Sleeps”.

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Map Mavin allows users to make effective maps quickly online and without the need for a desktop program. These maps can be shared live with other users across the globe, bringing a new degree of collaboration to online mapping and opening a whole new realm of potential opportunities to work with spatial data in real time.

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