Wiley and Shaun Donovan have said they would build from the vision in the master plan. Wiley’s New Deal New York plan—promising $10 billion to revitalize the city—includes $2 billion for digital and physical infrastructure, pairing sewer repairs and bike lanes with broadband fiber and public Wi-Fi.
Wiley led de Blasio’s efforts to expand internet access as counsel to the mayor, including bringing free broadband to the Queensbridge Houses. She left in 2016, well ahead of City Hall publishing the Internet Master Plan. She continued to work on broadband issues, however, as co-director of the