Portland General Electric wants to cut 101 miles off the proposed Cascade Crossing transmission line project.
The Portland-based electric utility initially proposed a 215-mile transmission project starting at Boardman and connecting to Salem. But under the modified plan, the project would instead stop short 18 miles southwest of Maupin — 101 miles shorter than the original plan — at a new substation called Pine Grove that PGE would build.
From there the line would link up with the BPA's system, said PGE spokesman Steve Corson.
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