LED lighting of the Al Maqta bridge
Al Maqta is a particularly important crossing bridge for Abu Dhabi. In fact, the island of Abu Dhabi was once separated from the mainland and this undoubtedly represented a disadvantage for the economy and trade. The bridge was officially built in 1968 with a length of 430m. Its construction has significantly improved the connections and in 2015 AEC was chosen by the Arab authorities to redevelop the bridge using the ITALO LED street lamp.
A project of historical value for Abu Dhabi
The Matqa Bridge, inaugurated in 1968, was the symbol of Abu Dhabi’s desire to connect with the rest of the world. Today, the LED lighting of the bridge represents a symbol of renewal commissioned by the local municipality, with great attention to energy-saving issues and environmental sustainability policies in line with those of AEC Illuminazione.
The uniform lighting guaranteed by AEC’s LED sources ensures greater safety for the drivers who use the bridge every day.
ITALO’s performances guarantee quality lighting and its design enhances the architecture of the bridge.
The bridge after the intervention
The redevelopment of the bridge takes place thanks to specific solutions for street lighting which, in addition to ensuring a rapid return on investment for the municipality, enhances the urban architecture by increasing the attractiveness of the city of Abu Dhabi.
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