The FCC's declaratory ruling preempts San Francisco's ordinance to the degree that it requires the sharing of "in-use" wiring. That's very narrow - if the wiring is in use, it's not usable by a competitor. And for Sonic, we deploy new fiber, so we don't use existing wiring, in-use or not.
In parallel, the FCC opened up a notice of proposed rulemaking, to examine a wide array of competitive barriers to entry. These include exclusive marketing agreements and other structures that impede our access. I'm really please to see the FCC taking up these issues.
See: https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments ... 8068A1.pdf