Recall that we have been piloting solar bollards on the dark bits of the West Bench walking path. Although the lights are a bit underwhelming in the winter, their performance is much better in the summer (which is when most people use the path). Part of the issue is that the lights have powersaving technology to avoid running the battery to zero before dawn. They switch to 30% output 5 hours after dusk, which is one of the reasons the lights are so dim on winter nights (dusk + 5 hours is still before my bedtime in December and January).
You may have noticed two black solar bollards near the walking path on West Bench Hill Road. Yes, I know they are different heights, the wrong color, and pretty pathetic looking. These are two test installations of a product we are considering for unlit portions of the path. We want to see how the bollards perform in action (light, durability, and so on) before we spend a bunch of money.
As you may have noticed, lights are being installed on West Bench Hill Road. Here is an image posted by RDOS Community Services Manager Mark Woods on Facebook. I assume from the strategic framing of the rainbow that he is happy with the lights.