Originally published: May 10, 2011
Last updated: May 10, 2011 - 9:37pm
The State of Oregon has created an ugly but functional interactive map of broadband services across the state. Thanks to the Oregon Public Utility Commission, you can now see how much of the state still has no broadband access and write angry letters about that, or, more usefully, enter your address and find all the providers available to you, and run speed tests on your connection. It's still a bit buggy, but the public project has federal stimulus funding through 2014, so it should improve some.
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