MTA INTRODUCES NEW WORK LIGHTS

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A subway tunnel at Grand Central Station in New York is illuminated with new light-emitting diode work lights at a demonstration on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22, 2012. The led lights use only 85 watts of power compared to the incandescent bulbs previously used to illuminate work sites, which use 375 watts. The lights provide a better safety environment for workers and with 4000 LUD units in use the Metropolitan Transportation Authority will save $500,000 a year.  (© Richard B. Levine)
A subway tunnel at Grand Central Station in New York is illuminated with new light-emitting diode work lights at a demonstration on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22, 2012. The led lights use only 85 watts of power compared to the incandescent bulbs previously used to illuminate work sites, which use 375 watts. The lights provide a better safety environment for workers and with 4000 LUD units in use the Metropolitan Transportation Authority will save $500,000 a year. (© Richard B. Levine)
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