Route selected for Greentown-Reynolds Electrical System Improvement Project

A final route has been selected for the Greentown-Reynolds Electrical System Improvement Project.
A final route has been selected for the Greentown-Reynolds Electrical System Improvement Project.

WHITE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) – A final route has been selected for an Indiana electric transmission line from Greentown to Reynolds.

The route was one of several possibilities for the 70-mile Greentown-Reynolds Electric System Improvement Project. Planners met with more than 900 residents to try and pinpoint which possible route would be the least disruptive.

The route that’s been selected starts in Howard County, runs south of Galveston and north of Delphi. The route then continues east of Chalmers and ends north of Reynolds.

Construction will likely begin in early 2016, and the line should be up and running in early 2018.

For a look at the final route, click here.

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