What’s Happening With the Spectra Pipeline?

The proposed pipeline* is making its way through the FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) review process. This proposed 30″-42″ high pressure gas pipeline is slated to run through Linden, Bayonne, Staten Island, and Jersey City, before crossing under the Hudson River at Hoboken and entering Manhattan at the West Village. For details about why this pipeline is a bad idea, see “more info” at right.

At the moment, we’re awaiting the draft EIS (Environmental Impact Statement). Once the dEIS is released,  it is crucial that as many people as possible participate in the brief, 45-day public comment period.

How can you help?
• Sign up for email alerts so we can notify you once the dEIS is released, and to learn about public hearings, community meetings, and other events.

• Contact these officials and express your concerns:
     City Council Speaker Christine Quinn: New York City Council – Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn
    Councilmember James Gennaro:
New York City Council – Council Member – District: 24
    Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer:
Scott Stringer – Manhattan Borough President
    NYC Public Advocate Bill deBlasio: NYC Public Advocate | Bill de Blasio

• Link your friends, family and co-workers to this website; ask them to sign our petition.
• If you’re able to volunteer for an hour or more, send us an email. Thank you for everything you do to stop the Spectra pipeline.

*Officially known as “the NJ-NY Expansion Project”

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