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Norway new roads to require empty ducts for telecoms infrastructure

Monday 16 July 2018 | 12:47 CET | News
The Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications said that new regulations entered force on 15 July concerning pipelines in roadways. As electronic communications and broadband in particular gain in importance, good digital infrastructure is a crucial condition for business to function. Under the new rules, empty ducts must be laid during road building so that cables can be pulled through them, to avoid excavation later on as telecoms equipment develops.

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