• City of Vineland

  • Upper Pittsgrove to Cardiff Substation Transmission Line Rebuild:

    Atlantic City Electric will remove a 138 kV double circuit lattice tower transmission line and rebuild it with a single steel pole structure within the existing right of way. The current transmission line and lattice towers are more than 80 years old. A 230 kV transmission line will be installed on the south side of the structure and a 138 kV transmission line will be installed on the north side of the structure. Several 138 kV transmission lines will connect into the expanded Landis Substation upon completion. The construction of the upgrades will be beneficial to customers since both age and deteriorating conditions as well as reliability issues will be addressed with the same transmission solution.

    Approximately 4.25 miles of the transmission line will traverse the City of Vineland.

    The below maps show where the existing lines are located in the City of Vineland.

    Cumberland Substation to Sherman Substation, City of Vineland:

    Atlantic City Electric upgraded an existing 0.25 mile section of a 138 kV transmission line with new conductor and steel poles. This project is located adjacent to the existing Sherman Substation.

    Sherman Substation to Lincoln Substation, City of Vineland:

    Atlantic City Electric upgraded the existing 2.75 mile 138 kV transmission line with new conductor and steel poles.

    Lincoln Substation to Union Substation, City of Vineland:

    Atlantic City Electric upgraded the approximately 5.25 mile 138 kV transmission line with new conductor and steel poles. Approximately 4.75 miles of the transmission line will traverse the City of Vineland. 

    Landis Substation Construction:

    Atlantic City Electric expanded and upgraded equipment on property owned by Atlantic City Electric. Transmission lines were relocated and connected to the expanded substation area. 

    Sherman and Lincoln Substation Construction:

    Atlantic City Electric upgraded electrical equipment on the existing terminals at the Sherman and Lincoln Substations.