Las Vegas pilot will test solar-powered information boards
- Solar-powered digital information boards are being installed in downtown Las Vegas, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal and others. The signs are part of a partnership with Massachusetts-based Soofa and will be located at the city's seven stops along the Downtown Loop, a free shuttle service that launched last summer.
- The kiosks provide transit information, like when the next bus will arrive, along with other information about the city.
- The signs are part of a six-month pilot program. If successful, the program could be scaled to include other parts of the city by the end of the year.
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Author Katie Pyzyk
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