The map below shows the locations for Clean Line’s proposed right-of-way for the direct current transmission line, the converter stations and the alternating current (AC) interconnection siting areas. These locations were identified as the result of Clean Line’s routing process and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) environmental review. The location of the proposed right-of-way for the direct current transmission line and other project facilities in Oklahoma and Arkansas are consistent with DOE's preferred alternative selected in its Record of Decision (ROD). In Tennessee, the proposed right-of-way for the direct current transmission line is consistent with the route approved by the Tennessee Regulatory Authority in its Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity issued January 2015.
In most places, the final right-of-way for the direct current transmission line will be 150 to 200 feet wide. Minor adjustments can still be made to the final location of the right-of-way within the 1000-foot wide corridor based on landowner input, field surveys, permitting, engineering design and other factors.
* Updated March 25, 2016.
For a map depicting the DOE preferred route, please click here.