Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Map

The Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Map is now available for public comment. The public comment period will be open from April 18 – June 13, 2022.

TNECD invites broadband providers, local leaders, and community members to provide input on the map.

Following the June 13, 2022, public comment deadline, TNECD will work with Connected Nation to make any necessary validations and adjustments to the map. TNECD anticipates releasing an updated version of the map in late summer 2022.

If you wish to provide feedback or public comments, please use the link in the upper left corner of the map.

Background

Under contract with TNECD, Connected Nation requested data from providers in Tennessee to create a statewide broadband map. The map includes information, searchable by address, for all 95 counties by covering broadband availability, speeds and technology types.

In 2021, the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR) recommended that Tennessee join several other states in creating a broadband availability map. Once complete, the map is intended to be used for state broadband funding decisions, as well as serve as a community planning resource.