$6 billion investment to expand broadband infrastructure and enhance internet access for unserved and underserved communities
Part of comprehensive California Comeback Plan to accelerate the state’s recovery and address our most persistent challenges
TRAVER – At a rural elementary school in Tulare County, Governor Gavin Newsom today signed legislation to advance the state’s commitment to bridging the digital divide by increasing equitable, affordable access to high-speed internet service across California. Through a $6 billion multi-year investment, more Californians will be able to access broadband coverage with the construction of a state-owned open access middle mile network and last mile projects that connect unserved households and businesses with local networks.
“As we work to build California back stronger than before, the state is committed to addressing the challenges laid bare by the pandemic, including the digital…