Bright lights, big city, indeed. A new initiative is underway in New York City to replace the metropolis's amber street lights with white, energy-efficient LED bulbs. In all, 250,000 bulbs will be replaced over the next four years, with the project estimated to cost $76.5 million (mots of which will be funded through NYC's Accelerated Conservation and Efficiency Initiative). Why do it? Click through to read more about the energy savings and aesthetic improvements. Read More