LED stop light fixture

Cities across the country continue to change out halogen stop lights for LED fixtures that are brighter, last longer and use 80 percent less energy. LED stoplights are also more directional than halogens, meaning that the light is difficult to see from a side view. (Shutterstock)

Cities across the country continue to change out halogen stop lights for LED fixtures that are brighter, last longer and use 80 percent less energy. LED stoplights are also more directional than halogens, meaning that the light is difficult to see from a side view. (Shutterstock)