The LED lighting on the Second Street bridge is almost ready to become a permanent fixture.
Three of the four lighting arrays on the bridge have been found not to obstruct driver vision, while the last will require a shield to protect drivers from any glare. The lights will require final approval from the state, Heather Pope, the city's redevelopment director, said at Monday night's meeting of the Columbus Redevelopment Commission.
The lights have been turned on several times in recent nights while they were adjusted and evaluated, Pope said.
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