States across the Mid-Atlantic are expected to see tremendous economic benefits with the construction of the proposed Northeast Supply Enhancement Project according to new research from Rutgers.

According to researchers at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, the design and construction of the Northeast Supply Enhancement project will generate approximately $327 million in additional economic activity (GDP) in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. In addition, the project will directly and indirectly generate 3,186 jobs during the one-year construction period, resulting in an estimated $234 million in labor income.

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