[LINK] NSW government fibre
Mon, 21 Oct 2002 17:39:17 +1000 (EST)
On Mon, 21 Oct 2002, Bill D'Arcy wrote:
> The NSW Government's Telecommunications Strategy is at
> <http://www.oit.nsw.gov.au/pdf/3.5.1.Telcos.pdf> and states in part:
> "For example, the Rail Infrastructure Corporation (RIC) has an existing
> optic fibre network linking rail locations in the City Rail network bounded
> by Muswellbrook and Newcastle in the north, Lithgow in the west, and
> Goulburn and Kiama in the south. The excess capacity in this network
> provides an opportunity to increase the rollout of broadband services
> across parts of NSW."
> I, as do most people here in the Blue Mountains, live only a short distance
> from the Lithgow line, a tantalising but exasperating reminder of what
> could be. But isn't. The copper up here will not connect me at more than
Exactly, when is Carr & co going to realise that the 10% of NSW that is
East of the Divide is _not_ all of NSW. They won't even agree to pay
their share to build the Albury bypass.
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