The City of Los Angeles has over 210,000 streetlights that light two-thirds of the city with light sources including incandescent, mercury vapor, metal halide, to high pressure sodium. This variety of lamps is an example of the evolution of roadway lighting that provides greater efficiency in lighting output and energy savings.

Based on preliminary analysis and evaluation of the development of the LED industry the Bureau is strongly considering a large scale project to replace existing roadway fixtures into LED or any other high energy efficient light source.


LED Fixtures - Currently Utilized for Citywide Cobrahead Replacement Program
LED Fixtures - Currently Utilized for Citywide Non-Cobrahead Replacement Program

LED Equipment Evaluation Procedures
LED Decorative Lamp Testing Procedures
Minimum Requirements for Testing and Evaluation of LED Equipment
LED Evaluation