CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –
According to Cleveland City council, city streets will occupy new lights very soon.
During Monday’s meeting, council members approved legislation to replace the standard street lights with new high-tech LED lights.
The city’s 61,000 lights will now have “smart photo cell technology” with the ability to remote on, off and dim the lights.
The seven-pin LED infrastructure also allows the city to add “apps” or sensors in the future to alert officials to things such as car crashes, snow accumulation, and shots-fired notifications.
The project will cost an estimated $25 million and construction will last over an 18-month period.
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