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AddNY Mayor suggests shaming bad drivers, posting pictures and names

Run a New York City red light holding a Super Big Gulp in one hand, and you could find yourself really hosed.

AddWatch how recycled Christmas lights are safely put to good use

If you live in the city, you know that the abundance of street lights are so bright that it's difficult to see stars in the sky even on the clearest of nights. The situation out in the country couldn't be any more different. The stars are gorgeous, but they're not nearly bright enough to illuminate rural roads.

AddUnintended Consequence of Technology: New LED traffic lights can't melt snow

Traffic lights using state-of-the-art LED illumination use 90 percent less electricity, offer a much longer service life and are more durable than their incandescent counterparts. Taking advantage of the countless benefits, cities around the country have been replacing traditional filament-based traffic signal bulbs with LEDs for years. Unfortunately, the low-watt LED units burn much cooler than its white-hot counterpart making it unable to melt snow off weather exposed traffic fixtures.

AddMeadow Brook Concours 2009: Let there be light!

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