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Internet Master Plan: Adoption and Infrastructure Data by Neighborhood

Key indicators of broadband adoption, service and infrastructure in New York City.</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
Percentage of Blocks without a Commercial Fiber Providerpercentage_of_blocks_withoutpercentage_of_blocks_withoutNumberThe percentage of census blocks reported to have no commercial fiber internet service providers available by neighborhood.
Commercial Fiber Choice Average by Quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low)commercial_fiber_choicecommercial_fiber_choiceTextThe average number of commercial fiber internet service providers reported to be available per census block by neighborhood and categorized by quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low).
Commercial Fiber ISP Choice Average by NTAcommercial_fiber_isp_choicecommercial_fiber_isp_choiceNumberThe average number of commercial fiber internet service providers reported to be available per census block by neighborhood.
Residential Broadband Choice Average by Quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low)residential_broadband_choice_1residential_broadband_choice_1TextThe average number of residential broadband internet service providers reported to be available per census block by neighborhood and categorized by quartile groups (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low).
Residential Broadband Choice Average by NTAresidential_broadband_choiceresidential_broadband_choiceNumberThe average number of residential broadband internet service providers reported to be available per census block by neighborhood.
Mobile Dependent Households Categorized by Quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low)mobile_dependent_households_1mobile_dependent_households_1TextPercentage of Households with a cellular data plan and no other internet subscription, categorized as either above ('High') or below ('Low') the mean.
Mobile Dependent Households (Percentage of Households)mobile_dependent_householdsmobile_dependent_householdsNumberPercentage of Households with a cellular data plan and no other internet subscription.
Mobile broadband adoption by Quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low)mobile_broadband_adoption_1mobile_broadband_adoption_1TextPercentage of Households with a cellular data plan, categorized by quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low).
Mobile Broadband Adoption (Percentage of Households)mobile_broadband_adoptionmobile_broadband_adoptionNumberPercentage of Households in the neighborhood with a cellular data plan internet service subscription.
Empire City Subway Coverage (Quartile)empire_city_subway_coverage_1empire_city_subway_coverage_1TextECS coverage in quartiles except the areas with no ECS routing.
Home Broadband Adoption by Quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low)home_broadband_adoption_byhome_broadband_adoption_byTextPercentage of Households with a broadband internet service subscription, categorized by quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low). 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. Quartile grouping is as follows: High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low. Data is sourced from the 2017 5 year American Community Survey estimates.
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.
Street Mileagestreet_mileagestreet_mileageNumberTotal length of publicly accessible streets in the NTA presented in miles.
Area (Sq. Mi.)area_sq_miarea_sq_miNumberSquare miles of the NTA.
Total Number of Householdstotal_number_of_householdstotal_number_of_householdsNumberThe total number of households per NTAs.
Population Density (per Sq. Mi.)population_density_per_sqpopulation_density_per_sqNumberA ratio of the total number of persons per square mile.
Total Populationtotal_populationtotal_populationNumberThe total number of persons based on 5 year American Community Survey estimates.
Borough Nameborough_nameborough_nameTextThe Borough of New York City where the attribute or asset is located in or referencing.
Neighborhood Tabulation Area Name (NTA NAME)neighborhood_tabulation_area_1neighborhood_tabulation_area_1TextNeighborhood name identifiers to differentiate NYC's five boroughs.
Neighborhood Tabulation Area Code (NTA Code)neighborhood_tabulation_areaneighborhood_tabulation_areaTextFour (4) digit code assigned to neighborhoods to differentiate NYC's five boroughs.
Field Survey Findingsfield_survey_findingsfield_survey_findingsTextThe key findings from field survey.
Number of Fixed Wireless Providers Availablenumber_of_fixed_wirelessnumber_of_fixed_wirelessNumberNumber of Fixed Wireless providers, as reported to be operating in a given census block (which are aggregated to give NTA numbers)
Reviewed for Millimeter Wave Fixed Wireless Access? (Y/N)reviewed_for_millimeter_wavereviewed_for_millimeter_waveTextField survey considered deployment of this broadband technology.
Reviewed for Aerial Fiber-to-the-Premise? (Y/N)reviewed_for_aerial_fiberreviewed_for_aerial_fiberTextField survey considered deployment of this broadband technology.
Reviewed for Underground Fiber-to-the-Premise? (Y/N)reviewed_for_undergroundreviewed_for_undergroundTextField survey considered deployment of this broadband technology.
Sample of NTA Field Surveyed? (Y/N)sample_of_nta_field_surveyedsample_of_nta_field_surveyedTextField surveys involved walking a portion of an NTA and recording observations based on how certain broadband technologies could be deployed in those areas.
Estimated number of radio sites for mmWave coverage in optimal areasestimated_number_of_radio_1estimated_number_of_radio_1NumberThe number of sites needed to provide mmWave coverage within the portion of the NTA projected to be feasible for mmWave-FWA deployment.
Estimated number of radio sites for CBRS coverageestimated_number_of_radioestimated_number_of_radioNumberThe number of sites needed to provide CBRS coverage within the NTA.

|Percentage Optimal for Unlicensed Millimeter Wave Fixed Wireless Access as a Residential Broadband Solution|percentage_optimal_for|percentage_optimal_for|Number|The percentage of the NTA area assessed as potentially optimal for Unlicensed Millimeter Wave Fixed Wireless Access (mmWave-FWA) as a Residential Broadband Solution| |Optimal for Unlicensed Millimeter Wave Fixed Wireless Access as a Residential Broadband Solution|optimal_for_unlicensed|optimal_for_unlicensed|Text|Whether or not there are areas within the NTA assessed as potentially optimal for Unlicensed Millimeter Wave Fixed Wireless Access (mmWave-FWA) as a Residential Broadband Solution| |Indoor Cabling for Multiple Dwelling Units, Estimated Relative Costs|indoor_cabling_for_multiple|indoor_cabling_for_multiple|Text|Estimated relative cost of connecting households within apartment buildings in the neighborhood. Classified as "High", "Medium", and "Low".| |Fiber Drops, Estimated Relative Costs|fiber_drops_estimated_relative|fiber_drops_estimated_relative|Text|Estimated relative cost of connecting premises for fiber-to-the-premises broadband deployment. Classified as "High", "Medium", and "Low".| |NYC Internet Master Plan Open Access Infrastructure Cost Comparison Coefficient by Quartile|nyc_internet_master_plan_1|nyc_internet_master_plan_1|Text|Infrastructure cost comparison for NYC Internet Master Plan by NTA and grouped into quartiles.| |NYC Internet Master Plan Open Access Infrastructure Cost Comparison Coefficient|nyc_internet_master_plan|nyc_internet_master_plan|Number|Infrastructure cost comparison for NYC Internet Master Plan by NTA| |Utility Pole Make-Ready - Estimated Relative Volume|utility_pole_make_ready_1|utility_pole_make_ready_1|Text|Estimated cost Utility Pole Make-Ready. Classified as "High", "Medium", and "Low"| |Utility Pole Make-Ready - Estimated Required Number of Moves|utility_pole_make_ready|utility_pole_make_ready|Number|Moving of existing telecom utilities to create space on utility poles and the placement of strand placed between utility poles| |Estimated Underground Utility Conflict Volume|estimated_underground_utility|estimated_underground_utility|Text|Estimated volume of Underground Utility Conflicts. Classified as "High", "Medium", and "Low". | |Geographic Variations in Fiber Delivery Modes by NTA|geographic_variations_in|geographic_variations_in|Text|The relative delivery mode of fiber, above ground and underground, throughout NYC by NTA.| |Estimated Underground Plant Coverage (Percentage)|estimated_underground_plant|estimated_underground_plant|Number|Estimated portion of NTA currently with underground fiber delivery mode.| |Estimated Aerial Plant Coverage (Percentage)|estimated_aerial_plant|estimated_aerial_plant|Number|Estimated portion of NTA currently with aerial fiber delivery mode.| |Percentage of Households with fewer than 3 broadband options available|percentage_of_households|percentage_of_households|Number|The percentage of households in the NTA in census blocks that are shown as having fewer than three ISPs available with service options that meet the federal broadband standard.| |Empire City Subway Coverage (Percentage)|empire_city_subway_coverage|empire_city_subway_coverage|Number|Total street coverage of conduits by NTA. Described as the ratio of ECS total mileage and the total street mileage in each NTA. Multiple conduits along the same route are not double counted in total mileage.| |Mobile Telecom Franchise Pole Density Level by Quartile|mobile_telecom_franchise|mobile_telecom_franchise|Text|Total poles, reserved by Mobile Telecom Franchisee with or without equipment installed, per street mile in the NTA. Classified as "Low", "Medium", or "High".| |Density of Poles Reserved and with Equipment Installed for Mobile Telecom Franchise|density_of_poles_reserved|density_of_poles_reserved|Number|Total poles, reserved by Mobile Telecom Franchisee with or without equipment installed, per street mile in the NTA. | |Pole with Equipment Installed by Mobile Telecom Franchise|pole_with_equipment_installed|pole_with_equipment_installed|Number|Poles in use for the Mobile Telecom Franchise, with equipment installed.| |Poles Reserved by Mobile Telecom Franchisee|poles_reserved_by_mobile|poles_reserved_by_mobile|Number|Poles that the City has reserved for use for the Mobile Telecommunications Franchise, without equipment installed.| |LinkNYC Kiosks|linknyc_kiosks|linknyc_kiosks|Number|Locations where a LinkNYC Kiosk has been installed or (planned installations available on LinkNYC website).| |Street Furniture: City Benches|street_furniture_city_benches|street_furniture_city_benches|Number|Number of City benches in the NTA. | |Street Furniture: Bike Shelters|street_furniture_bike_shelters|street_furniture_bike_shelters|Number|Number of bicycle parking shelters in the NTA.| |Street Furniture: Bus Stop Shelters|street_furniture_bus_stop|street_furniture_bus_stop|Number|Number of bus stop shelters in the NTA.| |Street Furniture: Parking Pay Stations|street_furniture_parking|street_furniture_parking|Number|Number of parking pay stations in the NTA.| |Street Furniture: FDNY Call Boxes|street_furniture_fdny_call|street_furniture_fdny_call|Number|Number of FDNY Call Boxes in the NTA.| |City Buildings with High Rooftops (7+ Floors) Capacity by Quartile|city_buildings_with_high|city_buildings_with_high|Text|Buildings that are owned, operated, or otherwise controlled by the City, or available for City use, that are higher than 6 floors in the NTA.| |Number of NYC H+H Buildings|number_of_nyc_h_h_buildings|number_of_nyc_h_h_buildings|Number|Number of Health and Hospitals Corporation facilities in the NTA.| |Number of DCAS Buildings|number_of_dcas_buildings|number_of_dcas_buildings|Number|Number of the buildings managed by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services in the NTA.| |Number of Public Schools|number_of_public_schools|number_of_public_schools|Number|Number of the public school buildings managed by the New York City Department of Education in the NTA.| |Number of NYCHA Buildings|number_of_nycha_buildings|number_of_nycha_buildings|Number|Number of the public housing buildings managed by the New York City Housing Authority in the NTA.| |Presence of IBZs|presence_of_ibzs|presence_of_ibzs|Checkbox|Whether or not an Industrial Business Zone is present in the NTA.| |Low-Income Housing (NYCHA)|low_income_housing_nycha|low_income_housing_nycha|Number|Number of individuals in New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) apartments.| |Supportive Housing (NYCDHS)|supportive_housing_nycdhs|supportive_housing_nycdhs|Number|Number of individuals for each shelter facility type, at the community district level.| |Estimated Lifeline Eligible Households|estimated_lifeline_eligible|estimated_lifeline_eligible|Number|Estimate of number of households eligible for the Lifeline Program, a federal program that lowers the monthly cost of phone and internet. | |Households Receiving Benefits|households_receiving_benefits|households_receiving_benefits|Number|Public assistance income provides cash payments to poor families or individuals and includes Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) and General Assistance (GA).| |Population Projections 2050|population_projections_2050|population_projections_2050|Number|2030-2050 Socioeconomic and Demographic (SED) Population Forecasts.| |Account Density Quartile|account_density_quartile|account_density_quartile|Text|NTAs categorized based on the account density quartiles.| |Account Density|account_density|account_density|Number|Total Accounts per unit of Street Mileage.| |Total Accounts|total_accounts|total_accounts|Number|Total Number of Business and Residential Accounts.| |Number of Households|number_of_households|number_of_households|Number|Total Number of Households.| |Estimated Number of Businesses|estimated_number_of_businesses|estimated_number_of_businesses|Number|Total Number of Businesses.| |Available Free Public Wi-Fi in a Pedestrian Corridor (Y/N)|available_free_public_wi|available_free_public_wi|Checkbox|Indicates if a public Wi-Fi access point or points are available in a pedestrian corridor within the specified NTA.| |Number of Free Public Wi-Fi Access Points in a Pedestrian Corridor|number_of_free_public_wi|number_of_free_public_wi|Number|Indicates the number of public Wi-Fi access points in a pedestrian corridor within the specified NTA.| |Public Wi-Fi in NYC Count|public_wi_fi_in_nyc_count|public_wi_fi_in_nyc_count|Number|Indicates the number of public Wi-Fi access points within the specified NTA.| |Number of Public Computer Centers with free public Wi-Fi|number_of_public_computer|number_of_public_computer|Number|Indicates the number of public computer centers that offer public Wi-Fi within the specified NTA.| |Percentage of Blocks with ISP Reported Speed Availability of >=900 Mbps|percentage_of_blocks_with_1|percentage_of_blocks_with_1|Number|The percentage of census blocks in the specified neighborhood which have been reported as having a maximum advertised downstream speed/bandwidth offered by the provider in the block for consumer service of equal to or greater than 900 megabits per second.| |Percentage of Blocks with ISP Reported Speed Availability of >=25 Mbps (Broadband Speed)|percentage_of_blocks_with|percentage_of_blocks_with|Number|The percentage of census blocks in the specified neighborhood which have been reported as having a maximum advertised downstream speed/bandwidth offered by the provider in the block for consumer service of equal to or greater than 25 megabits per second.| |Percentage of Blocks without a Commercial Fiber Provider by Quartiles|percentage_of_blocks_without_1|percentage_of_blocks_without_1|Text|The average number of commercial fiber internet service providers reported to be available per census block by neighborhood and categorized by quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low).| |Commercial Fiber Max ISP Choice by Quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low)|commercial_fiber_max_isp_1|commercial_fiber_max_isp_1|Text|The maximum number of commercial fiber internet service providers reported to be available per census block by neighborhood and categorized by quartiles (High, Medium-High, Medium-Low, Low).| |Commercial Fiber Max ISP Choice by NTA|commercial_fiber_max_isp|commercial_fiber_max_isp|Number|The maximum number of commercial fiber internet service providers reported to be available per census block by neighborhood.|

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