Appalachian Power plans to strengthen the transmission grid in Logan and Boone counties by upgrading the electrical system. Work is expected to start this fall and be complete by the end of 2019.
The Blair - Danville Transmission Improvements Project consists of rebuilding about 14 miles of an existing transmission line to ensure reliable service to customers. Most of the rebuild will require new right-of-way. Once the new line is complete, the existing line will be retired. Construction is expected to start this fall and last about a year.
Appalachian Power has determined a proposed route for the Blair - Danville Transmission Improvements Project. Appalachian Power right-of-way representatives from O.R. Colan will start the process of reaching out to directly-involved landowners to discuss upcoming activities.
Proposed structures will vary depending on location. The average height of structures along the route is 80 feet. Appalachian Power is using galvanized steel H-frame structures to replace wood structures.
Average Structure Height: 80 feet
Average Right-of-Way Width: 100 feet
*Exact structure, height and right-of-way may vary
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