Maps

The January 5, 2018 Remand Testimony from Dominion included newly proposed maps for the Overhead I-66 route and the Hybrid (partially underground) I-66 route.

I-66 Overhead route:

Schedule 1 Overhead – Map 1 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 1 Overhead – Map 2 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 1 Overhead – Map 3 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 1 Overhead – Map 4 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 1 Overhead – Map 5 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 1 Overhead – Map 6 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 1 Overhead – Map 7 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Hybrid (partial underground) I-66 Route:

Schedule 2 Hybrid – Map 1 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 2 Hybrid – Map 2 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 2 Hybrid – Map 3 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 2 Hybrid – Map 4 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 2 Hybrid – Map 5 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 2 Hybrid – Map 6 of 7 – Dominion Remand

Schedule 2 Hybrid – Map 7 of 7 – Dominion Remand

 


Many people assume – with good intentions, but incorrectly – that the battle is now a narrow fight over a specific I-66 route. Some think that this is not their fight. All residents of western Prince William County are at risk, those on Dominion Virginia Power’s active route list (Carver Road, Madison, Railroad, I-66 Overhead, I-66 Hybrid), as well as those on previously considered routes (New Road, Northern, Western). In the current application, Dominion has provided the State Corporation Commission(SCC) with information for all 8 route alternatives. While Dominion has proposed the I-66 Overhead route in the application, the SCC’s final route choice can be any of the 8 alternatives presented, or a totally different route.

In this map the Coalition reflects all route alternatives from the Haymarket transmission and substation project.  The RED line is Dominion’s proposed I-66 Overhead route alternative to the SCC, and all other alternatives from the application are reflected in BLACK.

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Dominion Virginia Power Maps

Current Maps

Alternatives

Older Map Versions

2 Replies to “Maps”

  1. Bury the lines or get out of town. our health and the beauty of our entire area are at stake here. Would the CEO of Amazon and DOMINION like to buy my home once these power lines are in my back yard.

  2. Page 5 of 6 shows my front yard and back yard being the center of their cut for this line. Taking 100 feet in each direction. Besides feeling it, you would have to look up from my back door to see it. Would I even be able to use both halves my yard? I know the fenced dogs would not be to happy with their lives changed this way. Property with 30 year pay off would be next to completely wiped out. Any one looking at the map can see the water tower, its the one near the top of the hill you see behind Food Lion from rt 55 near the Chick fillet. If you ever saw I95 in New Jersey you have an idea of what this will look like.
    Carver road area should be designated as historical and this should not be there. Also look at how close these enormous towers pass to two elementary schools.

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