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Fiber Arrival

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Beginning this week, a small army of workers will begin installing enough Google Fiber in Atlanta to stretch from ITP to Iceland, officials tell Curbed. With design work complete, construction has begun in Midtown and will soon spread to all nine municipalities in the metro area destined to receive Google's gigabit Internet services. So if you've been wondering what those bright-orange rolls of conduit are, now you know. Timeframes for completion are pending. [Explainer image, info: Google]