Is sonic going to be putting residential fiber into the new Brody ranch community?
Does Petaluma have a dig once policy, or do developers just put in conduit for the two incumbents?
(It's a rhetorical question: Petaluma does not. Sorry!)
In cities where significant new development will occur in the coming decades, a dig once policy should be seriously considered. And for those cities which are at their growth boundaries where they expect mostly smaller housing projects and infill, policy tools like MDU access and new building wiring standards are more useful.
The City of Brentwood in the East Bay has been a great example of a community adopting a dig once standard, which required developers to include additional conduit. The result: nearly 12,000 homes and businesses in Brentwood now have access to Sonic gigabit fiber service. It's a great success story, but unfortunately we haven't seen it replicated elsewhere.