The Port of San Diego conducted an over-water lighting field test as part of the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge Lighting Project — the next step in a process to artistically illuminate a portion of the 2.1-mile bridge span from the Coronado shoreline to Harbor Drive in San Diego.
To allow the testing, 170 computer-programmable color LED luminaires and controllers were being temporarily installed on three of the tallest columns near the center of the bridge span.
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