Ed Ebrahimian

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Ed Ebrahimian is director of the City of Los Angeles' Bureau of Street Lighting

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Workers install a "smart node" on Wilshire Boulevard. It's part of a pilot project led by the City of LA's Bureau of Street Services.

Goodbye street lights, hello 'smart nodes'

Workers install a "smart node" on Wilshire Boulevard. It's part of a pilot project led by the City of LA's Bureau of Street Services.

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