Area Maps

Final Route
The map to the right shows the final route that has been selected. To reach this decision, the NIPSCO project team conducted an extensive analysis to identify and evaluate potential routes and carefully considered all input from the public, landowners, agencies and local leaders.

This interactive map is divided into separate sheets for easier, detailed viewing. To view the final route, simply click on the image to the right and detailed maps will be available on the next page. If you have additional questions or concerns, visit our contact us page to communicate directly with the project team.

Reduced Route Map
   

Study Area
The map to the right shows the area (within the yellow boundaries) that the project team analyzed to determine the Preliminary Alternative Routes Network below. This map was presented at the public open houses in February 2013.

Reduced Route Map
   

Preliminary Route Alternatives
The map to the right shows the preliminary route alternatives that will be presented at the July public open houses. The network of routes was determined through evaluation of the study area and stakeholder input.

To view the preliminary route alternatives, simply click on the map. Potential transmission line routes and segment numbers appear in yellow. Please reference the segment number if you are providing feedback on the routes.


Reduced Route Map
 

Hard Copy Maps Available at Local Libraries
NIPSCO is committed to providing information to the public in multiple ways. In addition to online and at the July open houses, the route alternatives maps will be available for viewing at the following libraries—please ask the attendant at the front desk for the NIPSCO Reynolds Topeka Mapbook:

Shipshewana - LaGrange County Public Library
250 Depot Street
Shipshewana, IN 46565
260-768-7444

Topeka Branch LaGrange County Public Library
133 N. Main Street
Topeka, IN 46571
260-593-3030

Middlebury Community Public Library
101 E. Winslow Street
Middlebury, IN 46540
574-825-5601

Pulaski County Public Library
121 S. Riverside Drive
Winamac, IN 46996
574-946-3432

Pulaski County Public Library
510 E. Main Street
Medaryville, IN 47957
219-843-3021

Nappanee Public Library
157 N. Main Street
Nappanee, IN 46550
574-773-7919

Ligonier Public Library
300 S. Main Street
260-894-4511

Monon Public Library
427 N. Market Street
219-253-6517

Bremen Public Library
304 N. Jackson Street
574-546-2849

Milford Public Library
101 N. Main Street
574-658-4312

Bourbon Public Library
307 N. Main Street
574-342-5655

Syracuse Public Library
115 E. Main Street
574-457-3022

Plymouth Public Library
201 N. Center Street
574-936-2324

Argos Public Library
142 N. Michigan Street
574-892-5818

Culver-Union Township Public Library
107 N. Main Street
574-842-2941

Monticello-Union Township Public Library
321 W. Broadway
Monticello, IN 47960
574-583-2665

NOTE: 
No public library card is needed to use the computers at the above libraries, however, some will require a signed internet policy agreement before they will issue a guest pass.  Most libraries have a 2 hour per day window of internet usage, assigned in one- half hour increments.  Please note that a photo ID may be necessary at some locations.