New rules by the FCC are a major step forward for increasing deployment of wireless infrastructure across the nation. These regulations include imposing tight permit deadlines on cities and limiting how much a city can charge to install 5G infrastructure in public rights of way. But amid this progress, the cities of Los Angeles and San Rafael have approved fees and restrictions that severely hamper buildout of the 5G network. What gives? Read more about these developments here.
The FCC is on board, but recent moves by these two cities are a major step back.