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West Windsor

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NOTE: Construction schedule information is tentative and subject to change based on several factors, including weather and field conditions.

Q3 2017 - Q1 2019

On or about Saturday February 29, 2020, PSE&G and its contractors will utilize helicopter crews to help install the MTB transmission line between PSE&G transmission structure near Bernt Midland Boulevard in West Windsor to the transmission structure just before Mercer Lake. The schedule for this activity is an estimated timeframe and may be slightly adjusted.

The helicopter activity in West Windsor is expected for a four-day period, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weather permitting. This activity entails pulling the rope from one transmission structure to the next using a small helicopter. Brief and intermittent road closures are expected along Princeton Hightstown Road, Brians Way, Penn Lyle Road, Village Road West, Brian Merriman Spur, across Conover Road and South Post Road in West Windsor.

Please be advised that the Trolley Line Trail will be closed for this construction from June 2019 through June 2020.  This trail begins near the northern end of Rabbit Hill Road, passes through Community Park, crosses Route 571 and follows it along the Windsor Business Park before turning south. It ends at Penn-Lyle Road. The route essentially follows the PSE&G ROW.

Metuchen-Trenton-Burlington Project

Reliability Project Overview

The Metuchen-Trenton-Burlington Project (MTB) is a $739M investment designed to strengthen the electric transmission system by replacing 138,000-volt (138kV) circuits with 230,000-volt (230kV) circuits between the PSE&G Metuchen Switching Station in Edison, NJ and the PSE&G Burlington Switching Station in Burlington, NJ.  The project replaces aging infrastructure in 17 municipalities and modifies, upgrades or reconfigures 17 electric stations.

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