The group Healthy Community Research says PG&E is ignoring heavy development around major gas transmission lines.
On Wednesday, members stood ona street in Suisun City where a new Wal-Mart is expected to be built.
The group says heavy trucks will cause constant vibrations no a street with a major gas transmission line running underneath it. The group also claims PG&E has not produced safety records for that line, adding to what they call a "recipe for disaster."
"If it blew up right here, it would take out all the homes," said Anthony Moscarelli, adding that 575 homes would be gone.
A PG&E spokesperson told ABC7 that a safety inspection has taken place on the major gas transmission line running through the neighborhood, but that assessment of the results are still ongoing.
A few days ago, PG&E revealed it misclassified 172 miles of gas transmission lines by not taking into consideration nearby urban development.