AGL Networks breaks ground on Metropolitan Atlanta fiber network

The network will consist of a series of eight conduits that total 77 miles in length, or the equivalent of 616 conduit miles and will serve critical points of contact within Atlanta’s Central Business District, as well as areas north of the city such as Buckhead, Galleria and Sandy Springs. Some dark (unlit) fiber may be available for lease as part of the project.

WESTBOROUGH, Mass., June 7, 2001 – National Grid today announced that its U.S. transmission business has achieved ISO 14001 registration of its Environmental Management System (EMS), the first linear electric utility system in the country to achieve such designation.

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