The Ray is featured on America’s Web Radio – The Business Hour

Allie Kelly, executive director of The Ray was recently interviewed by Rob Comacho on America’s Web Radio: The Business Hour. Click here to hear the full interview.

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Pay Attention to The Ray, urges WheelRight’s John Catling

Reprinted from World Highways Development of a connected and sustainable highway needs dedicated leaders within institutions, companies and governments. Europe should take heed of The Ray initiative in the US,

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In rural Georgia, state builds high-tech ‘highway of the future’

Reprinted from AJC.com Government, companies, foundation collaborate on The Ray. Just past the Alabama border, in a bit of rural Georgia filled with manufacturing plants and distribution warehouses, there’s an

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Here’s what a sustainable highway might look like

Reprinted from Jose Fermoso’s article on GreenBiz If you want to see the future of transport in action, you might expect to tour a Silicon Valley research and development lab.

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Recycled Tires Increase Longevity of Troup County Road

Troup County Partners with The Ray to Identify Optimal Asphalt Mix for Tom Hall Parkway Troup County, Georgia and The Ray are excited to announce that the Tom Hall Parkway

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Safe Tires a First Step on the Road to Zero

Reprinted from National Safety Council’s Safety First Guest Blog by Anna Cullen Innovative technology on a stretch of Georgia highway aims to save lives. If our nation is to eliminate preventable deaths

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Seven audacious ideas to reverse global warming

Reprinted from Science Focus. From artificial leaves to smart highways, here are some of the most ambitious ideas to save our planet. How do we solve a problem like climate change?

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The Solar Highway of the Future

Reprinted from NationSwell. As many of America’s asphalt and concrete roads crumble, solar pavement may offer a brighter future. Off Interstate 85 along the Alabama-Georgia border, an area of asphalt

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Building a Sustainable ‘Highway of the Future’

By Jenni Bergal.  Reprinted from Stateline. Just past the Alabama border, in a bit of rural Georgia filled with manufacturing plants and distribution warehouses, there’s an 18-mile stretch of Interstate

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How To: build an infrastruture inventory

Reprinted from the Atlas Blog A number of our Atlas cities – from El Paso, to New Orleans and San Diego – are looking for ways to use municipally owned spaces

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