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Broadband Adoption and Infrastructure by Congressional District

Broadband Adoption and Infrastructure by Congressional District

Key indicators of broadband adoption, service and infrastructure in New York City by Congressional District</p>

<b>Data Limitations:</b> Data accuracy is limited as of the date of publication and by the methodology and accuracy of the original sources. The City shall not be liable for any costs related to, or in reliance of, the data contained in these datasets.

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NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
No Internet Access (Percentage of Households)no_internet_access_percentageno_internet_access_percentageNumberPercentage of Households without access to an internet service; The American Community Survey frames this questions as having "No access to the internet at this house, apartment, or mobile home."
Commercial Fiber Max ISP Choicecommercial_fiber_max_ispcommercial_fiber_max_ispNumberThe maximum number of commercial fiber internet service providers reported to be available per census block by council district; Fiber is short for Fiber Optic Technology. Fiber transmits data at speeds far exceeding current DSL or cable modem speeds, typically by tens or even hundreds of Mbps. Commercial Fiber is based on the Federal Communications Commissions Form 477 data. Commercial Fiber is defined as where a Provider can or does offer business/government service in the block and also offers fiber to business end user.
No Mobile Broadband Adoption by Quartileno_mobile_broadband_adoption_1no_mobile_broadband_adoption_1TextPercentage of Households in the neighborhood without a cellular data plan internet service subscription by quartile.
No Home Broadband Adoption by Quartileno_home_broadband_adoption_1no_home_broadband_adoption_1TextPercentage of Households without a broadband internet service subscription by quartile.
Mobile Broadband Adoption (Percentage of Households)mobile_broadband_adoptionmobile_broadband_adoptionNumberPercentage of Households in the neighborhood with a cellular data plan internet service subscription.
OIDoidoidNumberOrigin Identification Number
Pole with Equipment Installed by Mobile Telecom Franchisepole_with_equipment_installedpole_with_equipment_installedNumberPoles in use for the Mobile Telecom Franchise, with equipment installed.
Poles Reserved by Mobile Telecom Franchiseepoles_reserved_by_mobilepoles_reserved_by_mobileNumberPoles that the City has reserved for use for the Mobile Telecommunications Franchise, without equipment installed.
Public Wi-Fi Countpublic_wi_fi_countpublic_wi_fi_countNumberIndicates the number of public Wi-Fi access points within the specified NTA.
Avg training hrs per week in PCCsavg_training_hrs_per_weekavg_training_hrs_per_weekNumberAverage number of hours per week that the center provides digital literacy training programs.
Density of Poles Reserved and with Equipment Installed for Mobile Telecom Franchisedensity_of_poles_reserveddensity_of_poles_reservedNumberTotal poles, reserved by Mobile Telecom Franchisee with or without equipment installed, per street mile in the NTA.
Workstations in PCCsworkstations_in_pccsworkstations_in_pccsNumberNumber of computer workstations, defined as desktop or laptop computers, available for public use at the center
Public Computer Center Countpublic_computer_center_countpublic_computer_center_countNumberTotal Number of Public Computer Centers
No Home Broadband Adoption (Percentage of Households)no_home_broadband_adoptionno_home_broadband_adoptionNumberPercentage of Households without a broadband internet service subscription; The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) sets a standard for “broadband” as an internet service with a download speed of at least 25 megabits per second (Mbps) and an upload speed of at least 3 Mbps.
Home Broadband Adoption (Percentage of Households)home_broadband_adoptionhome_broadband_adoptionNumberPercentage of Households with a broadband internet service subscription by neighborhood.; The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) sets a standard for “broadband” as an internet service with a download speed of at least 25 megabits per second (Mbps) and an upload speed of at least 3 Mbps.
Congressional Districtcongressional_districtcongressional_districtNumberNew York City area Congressional District name; Boundaries of Congressional Districts
No Mobile Broadband Adoption (Percentage of Households)no_mobile_broadband_adoptionno_mobile_broadband_adoptionNumberPercentage of Households in the neighborhood without a cellular data plan internet service subscription.

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