Line 61 Map

Directions For Citizen Use

This map shows the Enbridge Tar Sands Pipeline (Line 61) as it runs through Wisconsin from north to south.

Wisconsin citizens and others can locate the Enbridge Pipeline on this map as it crosses through townships and neighborhoods.

The stars do not represent towns, but rather locations where the pipeline runs under selected roadways. This makes it easier to identify the pipeline routing in each community. Orange and white pipeline post markers are readily visible on the roadsides (see below picture for example).

The pipeline, of course, runs across and through hundreds of other roads, streams, rivers, neighborhoods, fields, and forests along its route. You can track this path as well.

To find a specific location along the line, zoom in all the way on a particular star. Pan and zoom in or out to find the section of a county that interests you.

The scroll bar on the left lists pipeline points by county for each of Enbridge’s lines.  Scroll to the bottom of the bar and a Base Map format will appear.  Background maps include a roadmap style, water feature highlights and satellite images.

Data Source: Pipeline Information Management Mapping Application; Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Admin; USDOT.

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

Stop Tar Sands Expansion in Wisconsin! Most people have heard of the Keystone XL pipeline and the threat it would have posed to the climate and the environment. Much less well known is the fact that the world’s largest pipeline carries toxic tar sands oil right through Wisconsin, including Dane County. 350 Madison invites you to join the fight against tar sands expansion in Wisconsin!

Divestment Campaign

The 350 Madison Divestment Campaign is part of an international movement pressing universities and colleges (including UW–Madison), local governments, religious organizations, other institutions to sell off fossil fuel assets and invest in cleaner alternatives. If it's wrong to wreck the planet, then it's wrong to profit from that wreckage! Join us—sign our petition urging UW to divest!

Local Energy Action

The Local Energy Action Team works to move the Madison area off fossil fuels by reducing energy use and moving to 100% renewable energy. The team pushes MGE to get off coal and other fossil fuels, supports 100% clean energy for our communities. promotes clean transit options that serve everyone, helps 350 Madison members reduce their carbon footprint, and advocates for energy equity.