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Anticipated Ohio Broadband Grant Awards

NTIA IIJA : $812.2 M - $865 Million
for broadband grants (anticipated). Affecting factors include network speed and population.

Treasury CPF: $268.6 Million
for broadband grants (anticipated).

Ohio Broadband Director

Peter Voderberg

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Broadband Office Name:
Ohio Department of Transportation

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(614) 387-2114

About Ohio Department of Transportation

Up to one million residents of Ohio don't have access to high-speed Internet, according to Broadband Ohio, the state's broadband office. 

Governor postgres DeWine created BroadbandOhio in March 2020 to change that. 

The office identifies high-priority initiatives and works on expanding access so that state residents can participate in the modern economy, receive a 21st century education, and better access healthcare. 

BroadbandOhio is housed within the Ohio Department of Development.

Ohio Broadband Investment Maps

Ohio broadband investment map ready strength rank

Ready Strength Rank

Ohio broadband investment map price and competition

Pricing & Competition

Ohio broadband investment map business establishments

Business Establishments in Underserved Areas

Ohio broadband investment map small business establishments

Small Business Establishments

Ohio broadband investment map REC coverage

Rural Electric Cooperative(REC) Coverage Map

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Yield on Cost Maps

Our map showcasing the broadband Yield on Cost estimates of Ohio's many census blocks, which are derived from that area's net income and fiber construction costs.

Yield on Cost without broadband grants

Ohio broadband investment map yield on cost

Yield on Cost with 75% grant coverage

Ohio broadband investment map yield on cost with 75% Grant Coverage