How hot spots are bridging southern Dallas' digital divide during the coronavirus pandemic

Hotspots are helping bridge the digital divide in Dallas, one of the worst-connected cities in the U.S. compared to other similar-sized cities. A program that allows for residents to check out hotspots from the library, converting parking lots into hotspots, or using buses that double as hotspots are some of the ways people are getting access to the internet.

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