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Wash.'s Intercity Transit to install Urban Solar LED lighting systems

Posted on August 30, 2016

Urban Solar was awarded a contract to supply solar-powered LED lighting systems to Olympia, Wash.’s Intercity Transit.

Intercity Transit sees a high demand for its services. In 2015 it logged nearly 4.3 million passenger boardings on its fixed route service. To support this growing demand, it continues to install high quality, ruggedized solar lighting equipment and recently searched for a new supply. Urban Solar won top pick with its focus on solar LED solutions for the transportation industry.

Intercity Transit chose Urban Solar’s RMS-60F model for its shelters and the PV-Stop for bus stop poles.

Both solar lighting solutions are autonomous stand-alone systems, which reduce the need for disruptive and expensive trenching of utility poles. The PV-Stop and the RMS-60F also each come with an industry-leading five-year warranty, and are NRTL-certified as a complete system by Underwriters Laboratories.

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