Line 61 Map

Directions For Citizen Use

This map shows the Enbridge Tar Sands Pipelines. The north-south diagonal pipeline is Line 61, while the east-west line across the far north of the state is Line 5.

The red stars represent oil spills of 1 barrel or more from 1986 through 2016; you can click on any of these for information about the spill(s) at that location. The green symbols represent pump stations along the pipeline; click on them to get the station names. You can zoom in and out and change the basemap using the buttons in the upper-left corner of the map, and search for a particular location using the search bar in the upper-right portion of the map.

Data Source: Pipeline Information Management Mapping Application; Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Admin; USDOT. This data source is no longer publicly accessible as of early June, 2017.

 

For an interactive map showing Enbridge’s existing 80-foot easements and potential expansions up to 240 feet, see the 80 Feet Is Enough website.

Pipeline Markers Along Roadways

Muller Rd-Dane Co

 

 

Tar Sands Campaign

The Tar Sands Campaign is fighting Enbridge tar sands pipelines in Wisconsin. Our aims are to block expansion of Line 61 and to halt plans for an adjacent Line 66. We support efforts led by those most impacted, including tribes, landowners, and affected community members.

Divestment Campaign

2016 was the hottest year on record. The Divestment Team focuses on convincing institutions that investments in fossil fuel are not only ethically and fiscally irresponsible, but are literally wrecking the planet we call home—all for profit. Banks are our current focus since without their support, dirty pipeline projects can't get funded.

Community Energy Campaign

The Community Energy Team is focused on taking action on and responsibility for our own fossil fuel use. We work to create and change policies that impact our energy use and nurture a culture of reducing energy use and using clean, renewable energy to reduce our carbon footprint.