By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Former Steelers’ Super Bowl champion Jerome Bettis is hoping to “WOW” Pittsburgh with a brand new project.

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His foundation, “The Bus Stops Here” is teaming up with the housing authority and Stem Coding Lab for the “WiFi On Wheels” cyber bus.

It’s a mobile computer lab with 10-15 laptops, internet access, and a flat-screen monitor for remote learning.

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Bettis says this will be a difference-maker for children and families in Pittsburgh.

“Our mission has always been to bridge a digital divide for the less fortunate inner-city youth in Pittsburgh and in the Pittsburgh area, and the cyber bus is the next step in the journey to complete this mission,” Bettis said.

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According to Bettis, the “WOW Cyberbus” will be rolling onto Pittsburgh streets in January 2022.