Transportation has been tied to economic opportunity since the beginning of human history. But what if we were able to flip the value proposition of infrastructure on its head? Imagine if we could reduce the cost of infrastructure to commuters and, instead, leverage our highways to become a source of revenue for our communities. After visiting The Ray, a living laboratory found on Interstate 85 in rural Georgia, I am compelled to help change the conversation from “How do we fund infrastructure?” to “How do we use our roads as a tool to create more resilient, sustainable and prosperous communities?”

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