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265 standard suspended versions to create continuous and segmented lines of light running the length of both platforms. This provides bright, safe lighting levels with excellent uniformity. In addition, for the areas under the higher canopies, a special direct/indirect variant was created. This was done by reconfiguring the gear tray and installing a toughened clear glass panel to the rear


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surface of the profile. Elsewhere, a small number of surface-mounted 36W M125x90s completed the portfolio. This theme of linear uniformity was continued to the entrance/exit tunnel below the station. Here, continuous runs of the surface-mounted Se’lux Survivor 58W T8 luminaire were installed above head height along both sides, comprising 246 in total. The curve-fronted diffuser of the


Survivor, in opal-laminated safety glass, ensures a wide angle of light distribution coupled with minimum glare.


In twelve months time when visitors begin pouring into the city, they will do so on a journey that is safe, well lit and aesthetically pleasing.


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