Metro Fiber Maps: Rust Belt

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A collection of metro fiber maps for networks in the region often called the Rust Belt. In this case, the Rust Belt is defined as the states of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Illinois. but not including the Tier-1 Chicago Metro Area which has its own page.

Company Maps Lit/Dark Comments
123.Net Michigan lit on-net buildings
Crown Castle Milwaukee both PDF, KMZ also
ACD.net Lansing, Grand Rapids both
Charter Business Michigan, Wisconsin lit PDFs
Enlite Columbus, Mansfield dark
Everstream Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin both on-net buildings
Fibertech Columbus, Indianapolis both
CityNet Columbus lit
iFiber Northwestern Illinois both
Independents Fiber Network Toledo and NW Ohio lit
Indiana Fiber Network Columbus, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Kokomo, South Bend, Terre Haute, Warsaw both Or zoom in on this map.
Level 3 Communications Detroit, Lansing, Kalamazoo, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Akron, Cleveland  both Google Maps, zoom in
Lumos Networks Ironton, Columbus lit Google Maps, zoom in
Metronet Zing South Bend dark Multi-tenant buildings
Sunesys Several rural metros dark KML with registration
Unite Private Networks IN: Winchester
IL: Bridgeview - Hickory Hills, Buffalo Grove - Arlington Hieghts, Chicago, Naperville
dark
US Signal Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Lansing, Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Indianapolis, Bloomington, Fort Wayne, Kalamazoo, South Bend, Grand Rapids, Lafayette Lit Interactive map, click on desired city
Windstream Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Detroit, Cincinnati, Toledo, Indianapolis, Detroit, Grand Rapids both
Wisconsin Independent Network Wisconsin regional/metro coverage
WOW! Business Evansville, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit lit KMZ
Zayo Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, South Bend, Lafayette, Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Akron, Cincinnati, Youngstown, Ann Arbor, Lansing both Google Maps interface, zoom in
Still seeking maps for the following known providers:
Cogent Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis lit on-net buildings tool
XO Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus, both

Where possible, all links are to material offered on the websites of the company operating the fiber.  I prefer such links, but will sometimes host the files myself where the operator agrees, and in rare cases may point to third party sources.  Where available, links to on-net building lists are also given.

Additional maps of metro fiber networks that ought to be on this list are very welcome, as are corrections to the above links. Please just leave a comment below or send an email to info@telecomramblings.com.

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