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Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program

Bridgeport Indian Colony

The proposed Planning, Engineering, Feasibility, and Sustainability Studies project will fund environmental assessments, design and engineering, and acquisition of materials to create a FTTH last mile network to the 25 Native American households on the Bridgeport Indian Colony reservation, as well as to support the community’s administrative resources. The project will provide the Bridgeport Indian Colony with its own last mile infrastructure capable of supporting up to 10 gigabits and the planned service will provide speeds of 1 gigabit.

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Planning, Engineering, Feasibility, and Sustainability
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