Monday, April 5, 2010

Free WIFI on Albuquerque's Rail Runner Express

One of fun things about making your home in Albuquerque is the Rail Runner Express shuttle bus. Getting to the Albuquerque Airport is a snap with the Rail Runner, whether you take Route 350 from north of downtown, Route 222 from south of downtown, or the single Saturday Route 50.

Ride to the Santa Fe Depot, the Kewa Pueblo for a little casino action, downtown Bernalillo, or several other destinations in New Mexico's attempt to go green and eliminate a few cars on the road.. And now you can work (or play) while you ride with the free WIFI on the train. For the last several months, only a 50 chosen participants had been given access to test the system. As of April 5, 2010, the final test phase is being opened to all passengers for the next 90-days to work out any remaining bugs in the system.

Quite the "Google-esque" thing to do, don't you agree?

Check the schedules and full information about times and stops from their website at Our city offers more reasons every day to own real estate in Albuquerque, NM. Downtown Albuquerque condos offer more and more in lifestyle amenities and conveniences and there's always plenty of land for new homes in Albquerque too. Let us show you around town and convince you we've got the best city in the west!

The website offers the following instructions for connecting on the shuttles:
How to connect on the NM Rail Runner Express:
  1. Turn on your device
  2. Check for a list of available Wi-Fi networks
  3. Select or connect to NMRX (SSID or Service Set Identifier that will appear in list of available networks)
  4. Open your browser and you will be redirected to the NM Rail Runner portal page.
  5. Click on “accept” to accept the terms of using the service and you will be allowed into the free internet.
 Remember this is a free service and is not password protected. Never perform any data-sensitive transactions such as banking while accessing the internet on an unprotected network. 

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