City of Canton Improves Driver Safety and Reduces Operation Costs

September 22, 2016

City of Canton Case Study

The City of Canton is located in eastern Ohio, approximately 60 miles south of Cleveland and has a metro population exceeding 400,000. The U.S. Route 62 and Interstate 77 interchange in Canton, Ohio is a busy roadway, with a residential area that expands into an expressway and connects to a heavily traveled interstate. The approximately 1 ½-mile stretch of U.S. Route 62 and the interchange were previously illuminated by 400-watt high pressure sodium (HPS) high mast luminaires mounted on 11 galvanized steel 100-foot towers. The City of Canton owns and operates the lighting system and wanted to create a safer environment for drivers while significantly reducing energy consumption and maintenance

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