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The Biers Run-Circleville Transmission Line Project is a 138-kV transmission line that will connect the new Biers Run Substation in Ross County to the existing Circleville Substation in Pickaway County. The line will be approximately 19 miles long (depending on the route selected) using 86-foot poles. The typical right-of-way will be 100 feet wide.
Costing roughly $23 million to construct, AEP Transco hopes the construction of this new line will address anticipated system overloads in the future.
On June 2, 2014, AEP Transco submitted an application to the Ohio Power Siting Board for approval on this Project. The project is still awaiting the Ohio Power Siting Board approval.
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