September 23, 2020
What is the ConnectWyoming Initiative? This initiative is being partially funded through Federal CARES Act funds. The Wyoming Business Council has been directed by Governor Gordon to use the funds to organize this project to address areas across the state that are underserved and in need of support to increase broadband access. These areas were identified using the FCC's broadband maps. TCT is so grateful to be a part of this initiative in the Big Horn Basin. Continue to visit our website for project updates.
September 18, 2020
The map to the right shows all of TCT's mainline projects that are planned, completed, or under construction across the Big Horn Basin as part of the ConnectWyoming Initiative. TCT will contact customers who are eligible for service upgrades or connects as the projects are completed. We are so excited to better serve these areas that were identified as underserved by the guidelines of the initiative!
September 15, 2020
Our crews are busy getting another ConnectWyoming project underway! We've been setting fiber vaults in preparation for fiber to the home in the Beaver Creek area near Shell. We look forward to providing improved services in this area with the help of the CARES Act funds
September 14, 2020
Several of our ConnectWyoming Initiative projects are underway! Nicholson Construction was laying fiber cable first thing this morning in the Otto & Burlington area in preparation for Fiber to the Home services for this underserved area. Thanks to the Wyoming Business Council for their efforts to fund these projects utilizing the CARES Act funds.
September 9, 2020
Through the efforts of Governor Gordon, his administration, and the Wyoming Business Council, TCT is excited to announce that several projects will be funded through the ConnectWyoming Initiative. The initiative utilizes Federal CARES Act funds to help build out broadband infrastructure to some of the most rural and underserved areas in the Big Horn Basin. The expanded infrastructure will allow many Wyoming residents to better deal with the effects of COVID-19 including remote schooling, home bound workers, and those who rely on telemedicine to stay safe during these trying times. We appreciate the efforts of the many entities and agencies who are working to help expedite the construction of these facilities to meet the deadlines that have been placed on the funding of these projects.