Updated: June 03, 2008 7:35 AM
While Can Traffic Services Ltd. (Sherwood Park) worker Eric Marchand, top, finishes up with the traffic light, Collin Heuman, left, prepares to install a new LED pedestrian light.
Workers have begun replacing the old incandescent lights at 125 intersections in the city, installing the LED versions, which are extremely reliable and reduce the energy demand by up to 95 per cent.
Traffic officials say disruptions to traffic signals are not expected. If traffic signals are affected or set to flash, drivers are reminded to treat the intersection as a four-way stop and to use caution.
The replacement program is expected to take three months.