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Phoenix Makes Progress on Citywide LED Street Light Conversion Phoenix Makes Progress on Citywide LED Street Light Conversion <div class="ExternalClass877D2DD66138423F97204FBD25F98182"><p>In just under one year since the Street Transportation Department kicked off a citywide effort to convert all city street lights to energy-efficient LEDs, <strong>over 75 percent </strong>of the city's 100,000 street lights now feature LED technology.  </p><p>The use of LED technology will save the city approximately $22 million in electricity costs through 2030 and reduce carbon emissions by up to 60 percent. </p><p>The majority of the street lights that remain to be converted to LED are located in southeastern Phoenix. A <a href="http://files.evari.io/PhoenixStreetlightViewer/"><span style="text-decoration:underline;">map</span></a> that features work zones and schedules; including the conversion status for each street light is available on the city's LED program webpage at <a href="/LED"><span style="text-decoration:underline;">phoenix.gov/LED</span></a>.  </p><p>For more information, visit the city's LED program webpage at <a href="/LED"><span style="text-decoration:underline;">phoenix.gov/LED</span></a>. Questions or comments about the Phoenix LED Street Light Program may be directed to 602-889-0777 or <a href="mailto:Info@PhxLED.com"><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Info@PhxLED.com</span></a>. </p></div>11/19/2018 7:00:00 AMMonica Hernandez - 602-350-8853Lori Pearce - 602-889-0777