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This Recommended Practice is a compilation of lighting design techniques and criteria, all offered for quality roadway lighting solutions. Each chapter should not be taken in isolation but used as a whole for quality lighting design for roadways and other environments where vehicles are present, such as tunnels, intersections, and parking lots.

This Standard was prepared with the objective of providing lighting design guidance for most kinds of roadway and roadway-related applications. The recommendations contained in this document, however, may not reflect specific local factors or situations that are not typical and require special treatment. The contents of this Standard are based upon consensus of roadway lighting experts. It has no legislative authority unless adopted by an authority having jurisdiction. This Recommended Practice is not intended to establish a basis for civil liability.

This Standard is intended to be a single source of reference for roadway lighting; however, additional documents such as electric codes, transportation design guides and other codes and standards are often required design references.
 

Document History

  1. IES RP-8-18

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    Recommended Practice For Design and Maintenance of Roadway and Parking Facility Lighting

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  2. IES APPSEM RP-8-14


    IES Application Seminar - Roadway Lighting

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