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In fall 2014, graduate students with Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture, with the support of the Georgia Conservancy, the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, Interface, and Perkins + Will, set out to address one of the most pervasive and impactful pieces of infrastructure in our society, the interstate highway, and determine what potential exists to transform it into a travel corridor with environmental impacts that are far less degrading. The Georgia Conservancy-sponsored Blueprints for Successful Communities study focused on the Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway, from exits 2 to 18 on Interstate 85 in west Georgia. The feasibility study has become the cornerstone work in our effort to re-imagine that memorial highway at The Ray.