Infrastructure of the future will generate power, regulate driver safety, reduce emissions and even generate revenue.
According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), there are currently 4.12 million miles of roads in the United States. Based on that data, roads take up less than 1% of the total land area of the U.S. and yet they still get a bad reputation for just sitting there. Well not anymore.
An 18-mile stretch of Interstate 85 in southwestern Georgia, renamed the Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway, or “The Ray,” is being built as living laboratory helping advance the ideas that a highway can do even more provide us with a means for transportation.