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The New York City Department of Transportation recently completed the installation of nearly 1,600 LED luminaires that light walkways and grassy areas in Central Park. NYC DOT officials estimate the new LED lighting will reduce energy usage by 62 percent and deliver annual maintenance savings of nearly $30,000 compared to metal halide lighting. The NYC DOT initiated the project in collaboration with the U.S. DOE GATEWAY demonstration program to improve the park environment for local citizens and visitors and to lower energy and maintenance expenses for the city.
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