The Belen to Santa Fe commuter rail route will be equipped with Wi-Fi transmitters: It will likely be free. Albuquerque, between Belen and Santa Fe, has free Wi-Fi at its airport and on 12 buses. The rail Wi-Fi will hook directly into fiber-optic lines that parallel the tracks. They're estimating 200 access points to cover the approximately 100 miles of track. Limited rail services begins in June with the full line in operation by 2008. The rail authority will bid out the Wi-Fi service operations.
A private firm in Melburne wants to install Wi-Fi on Victoria's public transportation: They'll equip bus and train routes with free service while displaying information and advertising. The excitingly named 802! has been testing service, and can provide seamless handoffs at 100 km/h. There's a 500 KB file download limit from 4 am to midnight.
Three buses in Cincinnati will have Wi-Fi hotspots onboard: It's a one-week trial, but could become permanent.