The Dodgers today announced a long list of stadium improvements that fans can expect on opening day, including two that will address some long-standing complaints: a lack of Wi-Fi and restrooms. Fans will be able to surf the Internet on their phones, tablets and mobile devices via a “state-of-the-art Wi-Fi network and cellular antenna system” that is being installed during the off season. “The ability of fans and media covering games at Dodger Stadium to communicate will improve as a result of the new Wi-Fi and cellular antenna system that is being installed as part of a partnership with Major League Baseball Advanced Media,” said a team press release.
Meanwhile, on the restroom front, the team will expand and renovate restrooms on the Loge, Reserve and Upper Reserve levels and in the Pavilions area. The expanded restrooms means “an average increase in fixtures of 62 per cent for women and 32 per cent for men,” said the Dodgers.
If Dodger fans still find themselves stuck in a long restroom line, at least now they can use that stadium Wi-Fi to pass the time.
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