- McGowan Government delivers on State Telecommunications Infrastructure Audit to guide future investment, including the $22 million Agricultural Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund
- Atlas a national first in mapping telecommunications assets
Improved digital connectivity for businesses and communities across regional Western Australia is a step closer, with the release today of the Digital Infrastructure Atlas.
The public atlas maps the locations of key telecommunications infrastructure throughout the State, such as telephone exchanges, optic fibre trunklines and radio communication sites.
The resource lays the foundations for the business and investment sector to identify and evaluate opportunities for investments that would improve digital connectivity for regional businesses and communities.
The atlas has been produced as part of the McGowan Government's promised State Telecommunications Infrastructure Audit to guide future investments, including its $22 million Agricultural Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund to drive regional growth.
The Digital Infrastructure Atlas can be accessed on the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's website at http://www.agric.wa.gov.au/digitalinfrastructureatlas
Read more via the media statement.