Columbus approves $2 million for street lights, road improvements

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Columbus City Council approved $2 million to go towards lights and safety improvements on roadways as part of the city’s continued efforts to keep both drivers and pedestrians safe.

“We know that when a neighborhood is well lit, it’s safer for pedestrians for motorists, for folks to prevent crime,” Columbus City Councilmember Rob Dorans said. “We are deploying more and more streetlights to make sure they’re working properly and last for decades to come, so they can do what they’re meant to do.”

Dorans said the funding comes from the city’s division of electricity.

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