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LinkNYC 5G Design Proposal

Project: Link5G Design Proposal
Project Description:The City is committed to having the most up-to-date, equitably distributed, highest quality telecommunications infrastructure of any major city in the world, and the reboot of the LinkNYC program means underserved areas citywide will have better access to and options for 5G.
Managing Agencies:
Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications (DOITT), CityBridge, and ZenFi Networks
Estimated Date of Completion Citywide: Summer 2026

Please click the link below to review the Link 5G Design Proposal
from the NYC Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications (DOITT):

DoITT_Link5G Design Proposal for Community Boards

What is Link NYC?

How Does LinkNYC Provide Free and Equitable Access?

How do people use LinkNYC?

LinkNYC: Franchise Rebooted Redesigned

In 2021, the City amended the franchise and introduced a mixed financial model: advertising and 5G cellular services revenue. The introduction of 5G meant that the franchise not only  would provide its core services to the outer boroughs, it will bring next-gen cellular
connectivity to underserved areas citywide.

Introducing Link5G to the community
While the role of external stakeholders is advisory, DoITT is committed to a robust public
process and has been proactively working with Borough President’s offices to secure
feedback from community boards on all proposed link locations.

For more information, CLICK HERE TO VIEW COMPLETE LINK5G PRESENTATION

or contact:
Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications
2 Metro Tech Center, 5th floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone: 212-788-6600