Williams Transco has revised its plans for the $650 million natural gas pipeline through the environmentally-sensitive Princeton Ridge to include tunneling under wetlands and bodies of water.
Transco’s plans for the 42-inch pipeline affecting parts of Princeton and Montgomery originally proposed open trenching throughout the 1.3-mile section of the ridge, which contains boulders and bedrock.

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