About Us

TerraPact is a leading provider of right of way corridors for critical infrastructure in North America.

Since its founding in 2011, TerraPact has expanded rapidly through acquisitions and organic growth. Currently, TerraPact manages right of way agreements on over 5,000 miles of right of way corridors across the United States and British Columbia. These agreements enable the construction and operations of networks to securely and efficiently connect disparate locations for the movement of data, energy, water and feedstocks.

TerraPact optimizes the utilization of existing and planned right of way corridors for fiber optic networks, telecom towers, transmission lines, pipelines and other infrastructure. TerraPact collaborates with network developers to find solutions to complex right of way challenges for infrastructure expansion. TerraPact’s approval process ensures that all corridor uses are safe and do not conflict with each other. TerraPact monitors corridors and quickly adapts to evolving conditions and opportunities.

TerraPact offers right of way corridor owners a unique and proven partnership.

TerraPact leverages a combination of expertise, systems and processes to drive superior results from right of way corridors while minimizing related liabilities. Corridor owners share in the benefits of leading right of way management practices without diverting resources and focus from their core missions. TerraPact has cultivated profitable relationships with a diversity of property owners dating back to 1997, including freight and passenger railroad operators, governmental entities and non-profit organizations.

TerraPact manages right of way agreements on over 5,000 miles of right of way corridors across the United States and British Columbia.


Strategic Partnership

TerraPact is proud to partner with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC). Since 1986, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has worked from coast to coast, supporting the development of thousands of miles of rail-trails for millions to explore and enjoy. They’ve helped craft rural trails that spool out over a hundred miles of open prairie, snake through mountain passes, span canyons and hug riverbanks, offering views of the countryside often unknown to the highway traveler. They’ve been a part of the connections between towns and suburbs, linking communities along vibrant corridors in much the same way as the railroads did in their heyday.

RTC’s mission, and its value, is magnified in urban areas, where one mile of trail can completely redefine the livability of a community. Where trails are more than just recreational amenities, creating opportunities for active transportation and physical activity—improving our health and wellbeing—as they safely connect us to jobs, schools, businesses, parks and cultural institutions in our own neighborhoods and beyond.

Learn more about Rails-to-Trails Conservancy on their website www.railstotrails.org.