Dominion Releases Aerial Maps Of Pipeline Route

Published 3:39 pm Thursday, October 2, 2014

RICHMOND — Detailed aerial maps of the proposed route for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline have been released by Dominion, according to the firm’s spokesperson Jim Norvelle.

The maps, which depict the 400-foot wide study corridor as two thin red lines, show every parcel of property the proposed route would run through, along with their parcel numbers and the roads it would impact.

Aerial maps for Buckingham County can be found at:

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Aerial maps for Cumberland County can be found at:

Aerial maps for Prince Edward County can be found at:

Norvelle says Dominion has also posted the informational posters from the 13 open houses that occurred along the proposed route during the past two weeks at, and can be accessed by scrolling down the page to “additional details.”

“Be aware that the aerial maps are very large files and the proposed study corridor through any one county may take several pages to display fully. Also, remember that these are still in draft form,” Norvelle says.

In The Herald’s coverage area, a majority of the proposed 550-mile pipeline, which begins in West Virginia and ends in North Carolina, would travel through Buckingham County, with portions of the line running through southern Cumberland and eastern Prince Edward.