The Alabama Broadband Map is a statewide initiative led by the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs to peer deeper into our state’s digital divide.
The Alabama Broadband Map sets a new standard for state-level broadband mapping. It incorporates real data from 91% of the state’s residential ISPs. It refines that data and incorporates supplemental information. And it offers an interactive, easy-to-use interface that provides unprecedented insights into where broadband is and where it isn’t in Alabama.
Through the combined efforts of ISPs, citizens, and public officials, this map will serve as a roadmap to guide public and private efforts to ensure that every Alabamian can participate fully in the modern economy. Any area identified as unserved will be eligible for funding from ADECA’s Accessibility Fund.
This map is foundational to building a better future for Alabama. It demonstrates the State of Alabama’s commitment to providing adequate broadband to all Alabama citizens.