Metro Fiber Maps: Virginia and the Carolinas

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A collection of metro fiber maps for networks for the Carolinas and the rest of Virginia.  Those parts of Virginia that lie within the Washington DC metro area are on the DC/MD/DE page.  The most competitive city in this region is Charlotte, and between the various regional and national providers their is a far amount of fiber to be had in most major metro areas.

Company Maps Lit/Dark Comments
Crown Castle Charlotte both KMZ also
Achelea Charlotte-Asheville, Charlotte-Raleigh both PDF
BalsamWest FiberNET Western NC both
Charter Business South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia lit
FiberLight Richmond, Charlottesville both
Windstream Fredericksburg, Norfolk, Richmond both
Level 3 Communications Charlotte, Charlottesville, Charleston, Columbia, Danville, Fayetteville, Lynchburg, Norfolk, Greensboro, Greenville, Raleigh, Richmond, Roanoke, Spartanburg, Staunton, Wilmington, Winchester, Winston-Salem both Google Maps, zoom in
Lumos Networks Charlottesville, Blacksburg, Culpeper, Danville, Harrisonburg, Lynchburg, Richmond, Roanoke, Salem, Staunton, Warrenton, Winchester  both
Metro Fiber Networks Richmond, Virginia Beach, Raleigh, Charlotte dark
PalmettoNet Carolinas both Metro PoP List
Shentel Virginia both
SummitIG Virginia  both
WOW! Business Charleston lit KMZ
Zayo Charlotte, Richmond both Google Maps, zoom in
Still seeking maps for the following known providers:
Cogent Charlotte On-net buildings tool
Earthlink Business Various carolina metros, leased footprint I think lit
TW Cable Business
TW Telecom Charlotte, Charleston, Columbia, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Greenville, Raleigh, Spartanburg both
Unite Private Networks Eden both
XO Charlotte, Raleigh  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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