Our Network

The Harbor Link network will span over 300 route miles between Ashburn, VA through Washington, DC to Baltimore, MD. This new facility-based network will connect the public, private data centers and businesses along the route.

This network will interconnect new buildings for future growth to support educational needs, carrier expansion, enterprise demands and government needs. The new routes will offer dual-diverse paths along Maryland’s Interstate 95 and Route 97, fortifying connectivity from Baltimore to Northern Virginia. In addition, there will be two new Potomac River crossings beginning construction later this year to connect two new routes from Washington, D.C. into Virginia. These unique routes will offer much needed diversity to support the growing demands of this vital corridor.

Key Highlights of the new routes:

  • Large conduit banks
  • The MD’s I-95 conduit route will be on the shoulder and away from the planned median expansion
  • The MD’s Rte. 97 conduits will be on the shoulder where minimal carriers have ever constructed their builds. Two new diverse Potomac River Crossings
  • New routes from Alexandria and Arlington out to Ashburn
  • 300+ access points to the conduit systems from Maryland, Washington, DC to Northern Virginia
  • Full pathway resiliency, diversity and redundancy
  • End-to-end connectivity under 1 millisecond from Baltimore to Ashburn

Harbor Link’s underground infrastructure system will provide local and long-haul fiber capacity, along with conduit sales. It is devised for speed and efficiency, as access to our robust network will come with flexible design options to give the carriers, data centers, and end customers the controls, privacy, security and bandwidth they need.

Harbor Link Maryland Map

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Harbor Link Baltimore Map

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Harbor Link Virginia Map

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Harbor Link Washington DC Map

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