New Mexico’s Rail Runner, a commuter rail that runs from Santa Fe to Albuquerque, is now loaded with WiMax along its entire route. Riders are able to access this service for free along the entire length of the 95 mile route in order to get online while commuting. Download speeds are reportedly 6 Mbps and upload speeds near that at 4 Mbps. This marks one of the first times a state has installed such a service across such a long route without plans to charge for its use in the hopes of increasing ridership. Hopefully we’ll be seeing more of these services pop up in the future as transit authorities continue trying to switch commuters over to mass transit.