Thanks to Kingwood Township’s Debbie Kratzer for putting together this map showing the properties fighting eminent domain.
Construction Maps @ www.pipelineinfo.org
This website contains PennEast construction maps broken down by township. These are for the route proposed in September 2015 filing with FERC. This is still a work in progress so if your township or land is not on this site please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a list of important maps:
Posted April 10, 2015: New Route Maps 3.25.2015
- PennEast Map – West Amwell to Hopewell Twp.
- PennEast Map – Delaware to Hopewell
- PennEast Map – Kingwood to West Amwell
- PennEast Map – Kingwood to Delaware Twp
- PennEast Map – ALexandria to Kingwood
- PennEast Map – Holland to Kingwood
- PennEast Map – Riegelsville to Kingwood
- PennEast Map – WIlliams Twp. to Holland
POTENTIAL IMPACT RADIUS (BLAST ZONE) MAPS
Posted 2/3/15: Map Showing PennEast Pipeline Routes through Hopewell Twp & So. Hunterdon County — produced by Hopewell Twp, NJ. Shows original proposed route and preferred alternate route.
Link to current interactive map (from PennEast’s website) as of 1/22/15: http://penneastpipeline.com/proposed-route/
Alternate (“Greenfields” version): PE maps 1 16 15
Proposed Pipeline (as of 9/29 – to the best of our ability since PennEast will not release a more detailed map): PennEast_PipelineTotalLength last draft (2)
Maps of Rosemont and Stockton Well-head Protection Areas: Penneast Pipeline well head protection areas (1)
Map of Hopewell Twp and Pipeline delineation: Pipeline_Location_Maps_092714
Aerial Maps of Hopewell Twp and Pipeline delineation:
Note: Same as above pipeline location maps except these are actual aerial photographs, not drawings, with the proposed route of the PennEast pipeline superimposed over the various sections of the township. They were prepared (and likely taken) by the Township’s administrator and engineer Paul Pogorzelski. The following PDF file clearly illustrates the pipeline’s path into Mercer County from the north, to its proposed connection to the existing Transco pipeline off of Blackwell Road all in beautiful and frighteningly real detail.
For the full map on Hopewell Township’s public website, click here. Again, we extend our thanks to Paul and the Township for putting the photo depiction together and making it available to the public!
You can also access the pdf file from a brief article on MercerMe.com at: Tracking the PennEast Pipeline with photos (accessed October 17, 2014)
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