Rolling out fiber in Redwood City?

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by larns576 » Fri Nov 15, 2019 5:20 pm
[quote="apimente1"We will let you know once your area enters into the next Engineering phase.[/quote]

Oct Update: We expect to begin Engineering this winter
Nov Update: We will let you know once your area enters into the next Engineering phase

Sounds like they haven't gone into Engineering yet, but will let you know when they do. I doubt Engineering can be completed in less than a month. It was mentioned before that Engineering -> Deployment can take a year (that was for S.F., other cities may vary)
by amayfield » Tue Nov 19, 2019 1:57 pm
RWCFiber wrote:
Nobody said there was a "next engineering phase". I wonder how many "phases" there are? That last update was a bit vague compared to the previous updates. .


The email update was intended to inform you that you will soon be moving from the Pre-Engineering phase to the Engineering phase, not to suggest you are already in Engineering and that there are multiple phases to Engineering. I understand the confusion there though, and I’m sorry about that!
Andrew M.
Community & Escalations Supervisor
Sonic
by RWCFiber » Fri Dec 06, 2019 10:57 pm
December update:

The Sonic team is moving quickly in this engineering phase. The permitting process has gone seamlessly with your city and we are on track to begin construction in the new year. We have performed much of the prep work and expect the construction phase to move fast as well. We are ecstatic to bring your neighborhood fiber and we can't wait for you to move into the construction phase soon. Stay tuned for more to come!
by bjeung » Sat Dec 07, 2019 7:01 pm
Looks like you guys are ahead of us in San Mateo. This was our December update

The Sonic team is working diligently to collect data in your neighborhood for the future fiber build. In this Pre-Engineering phase, our team of engineers review the information and analyze the current utility network (mostlyAT&T poles) for vitality. They are preparing this information for the next phase of determining the best route for Fiber throughout your community. This is the most critical part of our process, and we are excited for you to be a part of Sonic's growth.
by apimente1 » Sun Dec 08, 2019 12:53 pm
bjeung wrote:
Looks like you guys are ahead of us in San Mateo. This was our December update

The Sonic team is working diligently to collect data in your neighborhood for the future fiber build. In this Pre-Engineering phase, our team of engineers review the information and analyze the current utility network (mostlyAT&T poles) for vitality. They are preparing this information for the next phase of determining the best route for Fiber throughout your community. This is the most critical part of our process, and we are excited for you to be a part of Sonic's growth.


Nobody knows for sure outside of Sonic since the various phases have not been disclosed.
by apimente1 » Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:07 am
January 2020 Update. Happy New Year!

The Sonic Team is preparing your area to move into the In Engineering Phase of your fiber build. In this early stage of the fiber build, we work very diligently with the data received from our engineers in determining the appropriate area to expand Sonic. We have run into a few barriers with the city and central office in your area, but expect to stay on schedule. We are happy to be coming to you soon and delivering the fastest internet in the nation. Happy New Year!
by RWCFiber » Thu Jan 09, 2020 12:44 am
apimente1 wrote:
we work very diligently with the data received from our engineers in determining the appropriate area to expand Sonic.

This part of the email is just going to make people like myself who called to get on the waitlist think that Sonic may not end up making it to their area, despite getting a mailer saying service will be available.
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