The city has installed more solar-powered lights around bus stops
The city is lighting up bus stops around Leduc to keep bus riders safe.
14 solar-powered lights have been installed at Leduc Transit's bus stops primarily on Route 2 on the west end of the city.
The Government of Canada contributed $12,500 to this project through the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund(PTIF), and the Government of Alberta contributed $6,250 through GreenTRIP.
Once it gets dark, you can activate the LED lights on demand by pushing a button and the lights will stay on for about 5 minutes and shine directly onto the bus stop below.
The goal is to keep riders visible to bus drivers and traffic at times of the day when lighting is poor. (JSL/THE ONE NEWS)