Cell Tower Colocation
- CMQ controls approximately (492) track miles in Maine, Vermont, and Quebec.
- Focused on wireless development and leasing initiatives
- Hundreds of miles of leasable right of way property
- Approximately 15 communication towers available for colocation
Safety is the first and foremost priority of CMQ Railway. The right of way and property of CMQ is private property. Persons found on railroad property without expressed written permission are considered trespassing and may be prosecuted.
Any individuals or contractors who need to enter railroad property for any reason must first complete the necessary forms and acquire proper authorization.
- Insurance Requirements
Generally, applicants must provide a Certificate of Insurance showing CMQ as the certificate holder. It must provide Commercial General Liability Coverage / Railroad Protective Liability Insurance with a combined single limit not less than Five Million ($5,000,000) Dollars for personal injury and property damage per occurrence. This certificate must not exclude railroad work or operations.
An applicant may obtain a Utility Occupancy License (Wire or Pipeline) through a formal application process.
Public and Private road, trail or other crossings over railroad tracks.
Lease land parcels.
For inquiries into property access, utility occupancies, grade crossings, potential or current land leases, permit to enter, and more:
For inquiries into Industrial Development / Cell Tower Colocation, and more: