The Sharjah Roads and Transport Authority (SRTA) has declared the commencement of free internet service on intercity buses within the emirate as a part of its comprehensive development plan. The main objective behind this initiative is to improve the quality of services provided to public transport users.
Furthermore, passengers waiting for their buses at Sharjah’s bus station can also take advantage of this facility by connecting to the open WiFi network without the need for creating usernames, passwords, or providing personal information such as email or phone numbers.
Intercity buses in the emirate of Sharjah run daily trips on 15 main routes, forming part of an integrated public transport system primarily managed by SRTA’s Mowasalat Buses. Similar to Dubai’s NOL card, commuters in Sharjah have the option of using Sayer and Mowasalat cards for hassle-free and convenient payments.
Passengers traveling on intercity buses from Dubai to Sharjah and Abu Dhabi can also benefit from the free internet service, allowing them to browse the internet using their portable devices, tablets, or smartphones. This service provides an opportunity for riders to carry out various tasks during transit, ultimately saving time.All passengers on public buses in Abu Dhabi can access free WiFi, provided by du telecoms. This service is available at all major bus stations and air-conditioned bus shelters throughout the city.