Bridge Lighting can mean many things, including pedestrian bridges that needs to be lit up for people crossing, car bridges with street lights and even decorative lighting that would help light up the bridge at night.
Frequently Asked Questions
There’s a lot of options to choose from when it comes to bridge lighting purchases. Browse the list below or call (888) 423-3191 to speak with a lighting expert. We’ll do our best to support you in this process.
Before you buy
Fixtures and Fittings
BEFORE YOU BUY
What Are the Best Lights to Use on a Bridge?
There is no one single best light for all applications. We recommend you start by creating a lighting plan to help you determine the best lighting option for your project.
Is It Better to Retrofit or Use New Fixtures When Lighting Up a Bridge?
If you have a particular style of light fixture that you’d like to keep, then retrofitting is a great choice. If your fixtures are old, then installing new fixtures makes the most sense.
Do I Need Marine Grade Fixtures for a Bridge near the Ocean?
That would be a good idea if you are near salt water. Salt water can really shorten the lifespan of lighting fixtures. Adding a marine grade finish will extend their lifespan.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
What Color Options Are Available for the Fixtures?
Bronze is the most common choice, but we also have grey, white and black finishes.
What Optic Options Are Available?
We have a lot of optic options available. All the standard street optics, T3, T5, and narrow and wide beam angles, from 10 degrees to 150 degrees.
What Is the Best Way to Mount a Fixture to a Bridge?
We offer many of the same mounting options you are currently using.
Get Your Free Bridge Lighting Plan
Founded in 2008, LED Lighting Supply has been providing lighting solutions across the country for more than a decade.
Whether you need a free lighting plan or have questions about LEDs, our expert lighting team will help you make the right choice – whether that’s for a school gym, a parking lot or a bridge.
Contact us for a free lighting plan or to discuss your LED lighting goals.