Seattle Metro’s Metro Internet access is being restored to its former glory after a string of cyberattacks and power outages disrupted service for more than a week.
Metro officials said Thursday that the Internet is working as usual, with some Metro users having access to the Internet.
The utility says that customers who are experiencing difficulties accessing the Internet should check their networks for updates.
The utility says customers with Comcast or Verizon service should use the Comcast and Verizon mobile broadband services.
The outage began Wednesday night and continued into Thursday morning, when a number of high-speed internet services were unavailable, according to the utility.
Metro said that many customers were able to get Internet service for free, but it did not give a time for when service would be restored.
Metro is also working to restore its online services.
The agency is currently using software to restore some online services, but more work is needed to make sure the process is efficient and reliable.
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