Trans Mountain has a long history of commitment to respectful relationships with landowners along the pipeline right-of-way. We are committed to conducting our business ethically and responsibly, following our core values of Safety, Integrity, Respect and Excellence. These core values ensure our interactions with landowners are conducted in a positive and consistent manner.

Our Land and Right-of-Way Team

Our Land and Right-of-Way department is responsible for interacting with landowners and occupants, responding to inquiries and addressing landowner concerns. Land and Right-of-Way representatives communicate, negotiate, acquire and manage all land rights for Trans Mountain’s right-of-ways and properties for the operation, maintenance and construction of company assets.

If you’re a new landowner, need to update your contact information or have a question or concern, you can contact our Land and Right-of-Way department directly at:

If you’re planning work on the pipeline right-of-way, such as building a fence, deep tilling, digging a ditch, operating equipment or other ground disturbance activities, please remember to contact your local One Call centre at least three business days prior to commencing work in Canada (two in Washington state).

You can submit a request to locate underground infrastructure by visiting or contacting one of your local One Call centres: