National Grid Beverly Regional Transmission Reliability Project

The Beverly Regional Transmission Reliability Project is the replacement of a 115-kilovolt underground electric transmission line in Salem and Beverly, Massachusetts. Beginning at the new Waite Street Substation in Salem and ending at National Grid’s East Beverly Substation, the cable supplies power to the local grid, serving nearly 50,000 electric customers in Beverly, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Manchester, Rockport, and Wenham.

Originally installed in 1971, the cable is aging and in need of replacement.

Learn more about the project, read traffic management plans, find out about the claims process on the project website:


Sign up for weekly newsletters on the project page linked below. Additionally, residents can check every week for updates directly on the National Grid N-192 Beverly Regional Transmission Reliability project website under "News and Updates":  

Sign up for an EMF Survey pre- and post-construction by filling out National Grid's Contact Form

Contact Information 

Phone: 1-833-238-4743 (project hotline)


If you believe your utilities (water or sewer) have been impacted by work in the street, please reach out to the project team or the Beverly Dept. of Public Services at 978-921-6053.