It’s taken a few months, but I have finally filled in the rest of the continental US map with pages of metro map links for Virginia and the Carolinas and for the Rockies. Of course, two states are still unaccounted for, I will add a page for metro maps in Hawaii and Alaska if I ever find any. It has been quite a job, but now that it is in place I hope that the full collection of US metro fiber maps will serve as a resource for anyone researching or just hoping to browse available fiber networks by market.
So many maps, so little time! Future additions of metro maps will involve international cities where I can actually find some such data – London for example. But I’ll probably take a break from metro maps and finally finish my map collections on longhaul networks in South America and transpacific cables. I will also scan through the current collection to fix broken links – I still can’t find a new AT&T global network map, hopefully they will put another one up.
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