4.02.2009

Wired



The City of San Diego, through its Utilities Undergrounding Program, is currently relocating approximately 30-35 miles of overhead utility lines underground throughout the city each year.

In the City approximately $54 million per year is spent to convert unsightly overhead power and communication lines with safer and more reliable underground systems.

7 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

What a great correct idea!Very interesting!

Jackie said...

It is unsightly - but you've made it look beautiful with that sky!

Alex said...

Hi Nancy, cool photo it is different.

Marie-Noyale said...

When did they start... It seems there is stilla lot of work!!

Jacob said...

Fire in the sky! Fortunately our lines are underground...of course, when a hurricane blows the lines down two blocks away, we're out of power also.

But it does look better.

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired Art Studio said...

Breathtaking photo... Even a knot of utility wires looks beautiful with that backdrop.

J Bar said...

Good shot. I wish they would do that in Sydney. Some beautiful views and buildings are spoilt by those very unsightly power lines.