To display neighborhood details on a map you can zoom in on, click on this link: Identifying Natural and Cultural Resources along the New Jersey Pilgrim Pipeline Corridor [courtesy the Spatial Data Center at Drew University]
Pilgrim has drafted (but not formally proposed) a possible alternate route through northern New Jersey. See the alternate route page.
Pilgrim’s Only Public Maps for New Jersey
The following maps of the proposed route were presented by Pilgrim at a public session. These low-resolution photographs of that presentation were taken by a Coalition volunteer. Towns in bold have passed resolutions against the pipeline; towns in italics have not.
MAP 1: Mahwah
MAP 2: Mahwah, Oakland, Wanaque
MAP 3: Wanaque, Pompton Lakes, Riverdale, Pequannock
MAP 4: Pequannock, Kinnelon, Montville
MAP 5: Montville, Parsippany-Troy Hills, East Hanover
MAP 6: Parsippany-Troy Hills, East Hanover, Livingston, Florham Park, Chatham Borough
MAP 7: Florham Park, Chatham Borough, Madison, Chatham Township, New Providence, Berkeley Heights
MAP 8: Chatham Township, New Providence, Berkeley Heights, Watchung, Westfield, Fanwood
MAP 9: Scotch Plains, Clark, Cranford, Roselle, Edison, Woodbridge
MAP 10: Roselle, Linden
These maps by a consulting firm describe the environmental impacts of the Project: