As we head into fall, shorter days and earlier sunsets can make it difficult to stay active outdoors, but one of our latest installations is helping residents in Surrey, BC get more enjoyment out of the track at Bear Creek Park year-round. Read more “Bear Creek Park Track Lights Up in Time for Fall”
We are excited to welcome Jeff Clifford to the Urban Solar team as Eastern Regional Sales Manager. Based in North Carolina, Jeff will support Urban Solar’s clients and partners in the eastern and central United States. Read more “Urban Solar Welcomes Jeff Clifford as Eastern Regional Sales Manager”
Urban Solar is proud to announce that Eben Lindsey, Senior Business Development Manager and Marketing Manager, has been named as one of Mass Transit’s 40 under 40 for 2020! Mass Transit recognizes 40 outstanding young individuals (under 40) annually to acknowledge and celebrate the difference they make in the public transit industry.
This week we’re excited to announce that we’ve launched a digital album that highlights our solar lighting solutions in action. The new album, available on ISSUU, features all of our product lines and key specifications.
Urban Solar’s Senior Business Development Manager, Eben Lindsey recently gave a talk as part of the StreetsLA Sidewalk and Transit Amenities Program (STAP) networking event. Watch Eben discuss the importance of energy efficient bus shelter lighting and associated amenities, such as light boxes. Easily deployable lighting and solar power options, like Urban Solar’s PV-Stop+, offer flexible features that improve both safety and convenience for riders, including USB port options, security lighting and clear digital signage.
StreetsLA performs a wide range of activities related to maintaining the City’s public works infrastructure and enhancing the experience and quality of life of residents, visitors and stakeholders.
BEAVERTON, OR – Following a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process, the Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) has chosen Urban Solar’s PV Stop + to provide bright, reliable security lighting at the Authority’s unsheltered bus stops.
The PV Stop+ is a self-contained solar lighting system that is easily installed on any bus stop pole. Transit agencies across the United States trust the PV Stop+ to enhance rider safety and reduce pass-bys.
Urban Solar’s work on solar enhanced bus shelters has been included in a new report released last week on the manufacturing process and industry chain structure, based on key players in the industry. Drafted and released by Cole Market Research and includes details on the marketplace, trends and more:
“The report is an all-inclusive research study of the global Solar Enhanced Bus Shelters market taking into account the growth factors, recent trends, developments, opportunities, and competitive landscape. The market analysts and researchers have done extensive analysis of the global Solar Enhanced Bus Shelters market with the help of research methodologies such as PESTLE and Porter’s Five Forces analysis.
They have provided accurate and reliable market data and useful recommendations with an aim to help the players gain an insight into the overall present and future market scenario. The Solar Enhanced Bus Shelters report comprises in-depth study of the potential segments including product type, application, and end user and their contribution to the overall market size.”
The Inset Pathway Marker (IPM) by Urban Solar is a fully self-contained solar pathway marker that allows for safe use of
pedestrian and multi-use pathways between dusk and dawn. Read more “Urban Solar Launches Solar Inset Pathway Marker for Wayfinding”
Urban Solar has worked closely with Fleet Maintenance Specialists to develop the DryVGard, a personal protective barrier for bus drivers. Designed for small to medium sized buses, the DryVGard can be quickly retrofitted to existing rolling stock. Read more “Keeping Bus Drivers and Passengers Safe with DryVGard Shields”
BEAVERTON, OR – Urban Solar is pleased to announce the ten-year anniversary of our partnership with the City of Tempe, AZ.
The City of Tempe Transportation Division operates bus, light rail, streetcar and paratransit service. A leader in providing transit stop amenities for passengers, Tempe was one of the earliest mass adopters of solar security lighting systems for bus shelters. Read more “Celebrating a Decade of Working with the City of Tempe, AZ”