Broadband Mapping & Analysis
Creating accurate broadband maps is one of the first steps to promoting broadband expansion and technology growth in Texas. The Connected Nation Texas mapping initiative has been working closely this year with broadband providers from across the state to develop a variety of broadband inventory maps for public use.
The broadband maps and statistics were initially published in January 2020. The maps were updated in July 2020, December 2020 and, most recently, on July 31, 2021 following additional public feedback, field validation, and provider input.
These updated maps (linked below) now include additional input from residents, businesses, and communities, as well as new, more granular data from internet service providers (ISPs). Texans are encouraged to submit feedback on the accuracy of the maps: https://connectednation.org/texas/feedback.
To learn more about current state and federal investment and grant opportunities for broadband infrastructure and related technologies, visit: https://connectednation.org/current-broadband-funding.
The map products available here are in a statewide format. Broadband data are analyzed and these maps have been developed for public review and feedback.
Maps are available here for each county in the state. The maps developed at the statewide level are also available for each county.