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​Metrolink Wi-Fi ​ico_w_cr_e The Metrolink Wi-Fi uses a persistent cookie to remember and pre-populate a user’s email address. This portal does not use session cookies.
​TfGM Customer survey feedback banner ​visitedpopup When a user interacts (clicks) on any link on the TfGM customer feedback banner at the top of each page, a cookie is saved to the user’s browser. The cookie will be saved on the user’s browser for 30 days or until the user clears their browsing history. After 30 days the cookie will expire automatically or will expire when a user deletes his/her browsing history before the end of that 30 day period.
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