PSE shares “missing link” route options at second online community workshop

On May 3, PSE hosted a second online community workshop where we shared the route options under consideration for the “missing link” transmission line project. The new transmission line is a critical component of PSE’s plan to improve electric service reliability, reducing the frequency and duration of power outages for customers on Bainbridge Island.

PSE heard from dozens of residents at this workshop, and we appreciate the community’s questions and feedback about this project and the route options being considered. We encourage everyone to visit the online Route Explorer tool to learn more about the different route options and share your feedback.

Don’t wait! Share your feedback on route options for the “missing link” project by June 2

After the May 3 workshop, PSE launched an interactive online Route Explorer tool designed to allow you to review and engage with the route options to provide your feedback. After June 2, the project team will review all feedback shared and work towards identifying a preferred route.

Visit the Route Explorer now to:

  • Review the route options under consideration for the new transmission line.
  • Explore the routing critieria PSE is using to evaluate route options.
  • Compare route options using available data and metrics.
  • Submit your feedback on the route options.

You can also share your feedback without using the Route Explorer by leaving a voice message at 1-888-878-8632, emailing, or using the comment form on our website.

To take a closer look at the engagement process for the project, click here. Once PSE has selected a preferred route, there will be more opportunities to engage with the project. We’re committed to keeping the community informed of our progress on this critical infrastructure project.