Found this on the Progressive Railroading web site:
Central Maine & Quebec Railway
2016 MOW budget: $5.8 million (plus $6 million TIGER grant)
2015 MOW budget: $6 million
Reason for budget decrease: Basically, the same program scope as in 2015.
Rail: Install or replace 4 miles with 115-pound, 80-foot bolted rail.
Grinding/surfacing: Surface 110 miles.
Ties: Install or replace 19,000 wood ties.
Ballast: Install 14,000 tons.
Bridge work: Program budgeted at $550,000 to address various maintenance items; no major rehabs planned.
Unusual MOW project: Obtained a $6 million TIGER VII grant from the state of Maine in addition to regular capital for $10 million trackwork project. Work includes the installation of 55,000 ties, 28,000 feet of rail and 23,000 tons of ballast, replacement of 32 turnouts and 120 miles of surfacing work.