LED Street Lighting Pilot Project
The City of Abbotsford is conducting an Light Emitting Diode (LED) Street Lighting Pilot Project
Many municipalities are making the switch to LED street lighting because it is more economical and provides better light. LED lights use between 40 to 60 percent less energy, leading to cost savings and a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. These lights have a lifespan of approximately 20 years, have minimal failure rates and will reduce maintenance and replacement costs. LED lighting is proven to have better light distribution and colour contrast, resulting in improved visibility for drivers, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians at night.
The City of Abbotsford is currently testing the lighting in seven areas:
- Anora Drive
- Midas Street
- Old Yale Road
- South Fraser Way east and west of Tretheway Street
- Sunnyside Crescent
- Sunnyside Street
- Sunridge Place
We want to know what residents think of the new lights and encourage them to complete the online survey and offer their opinions on the different lighting levels, visibility and glare.
For more information, please contact
Engineering and Regional Utilities
Pardeep Agnihotri, Director of Roads and Facilities Operations
604-864-5645 or firstname.lastname@example.org.