SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A Bay Area philanthropist has stepped in to save the Bay Bridge's light installation.
Last week, local officials agreed to make the display permanent if the sponsors could raise $4 million to replace it with all new equipment.
On Wednesday, Tad Taube, head of a Jewish culture foundation, gave a $2 million grant to match the $2 million that's already been raised.
The Bay Lights display was made by artist Leo Villareal and first lit in March 2013 on the 1.8-mile western span of the bridge.
The new lights should be ready in time for Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara in 2016.
Philanthropist steps in to save Bay Bridge lights