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LED Adaptive Roadway Lighting System Project

Location Olympia, WA

Washington State DOT logoWashington State LED project

Award Recipient Washington State Department of Transportation
Innovation LED Adaptive Roadway Lighting System
Award Fiscal Year 2015
Project Aspect Construction
Description The project will convert a 7-mile interstate lighting system to a Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Adaptive Roadway Lighting System and provide an opportunity to encourage public acceptance of adaptive, reduced, and curfew lighting while expanding the use of adaptive controls as part of a larger statewide LED conversion project. It will improve the sustainability, efficiency, and service life of the system and significantly decrease the state's operating and maintenance costs for this section of roadway.
Grant Award $1,000,000
Partner WA State Department of Commerce and Department of Enterprise Services
Duration/Status Construction Duration 6 months / Design Phase
Project web page Under Construction
Project Contacts

Ted Bailey, P.E.
HQ Traffic Operations
Washington State Department of Transportation
310 Maple Park Avenue SE
Olympia, WA 98504-7300
(360) 705-7286
BaileyTe@wsdot.wa.gov


Contact

Fawn Thompson
Program Coordinator
(404) 562-3917
Fawn.Thompson@dot.gov

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