The company that manages the Big Apple’s bus stops says it’s losing $10 million to $20 million a year and worries it’ll never make a profit if the city moves ahead with plans to revamp a contract with another vendor installing free public Wi-Fi kiosks. Edward Wallace, a lawyer for bus shelter manager JCDecaux, asked the city’s Franchise and Concession Review Committee Monday not to amend CityBridge’s 2016 contract for the kiosks because it would allow some of the 7,500 Wi-Fi outlets being installed citywide to go up within 50 feet of bus stops.
New York Post: Company managing NYC bus stops says it’s losing millions
8. 05. 2018