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Sun Metro Introduces New Solar Lighting System for Bus Stops

Sun Metro announces the installation of a new Solar Lighting System for bus stops. The Solar Lighting System was created to provide illumination to poorly lit bus stops in the El Paso area. 

Thirteen solar lighting units have been installed across the city. They are located at the following stops:

Montana at Airway                                   Diana at Hondo Pass

(south east side of intersection)             (north west side of intersection)

Myrtle at Eucalyptus                                 Montana at Boone

(north west side of intersection)             (north east side of intersection)

Texas at Walnut                                         Mesa at Resler

(north west side of intersection)             (north east side of intersection)

Yandell at Magnolia                                   Copia at Montana

(north west side of intersection)              (north east side of intersection)

Dyer between Lincoln and Truman          Paisano at Ochoa

(west side of street)                              (north west side of intersection)

Leticia at Montana near Marquis              Dyer at Fort

(west side of street)                              (north east side of intersection)

Trowbridge at Chelsea

(south east side of intersection)

 

These solar units will provide illumination in areas with little to no lighting as well as offer a better sense of security; and improve visibility, aid in the prevention of a bus passing up riders. 

Each solar lighting unit contains solar powered LED lights that are clear white in color. The lighting component will provide consistent lighting for up to 12 hours and will illuminate the waiting area using a power of six Lumens.

For more information about Sun Metro, visit sunmetro.net or call (915) 533-3333. Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/sunmetro

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