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Reprinted from Jim Motavalli’s article in CarTalk

If you’re traveling the 18-mile I-85 stretch between West Point and LaGrange, Georgia, you’re forgiven for not realizing your car is on the The Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway (The Ray for short)—though there are signs to that effect.

Anderson was the innovative founder of Interface Carpets, which pioneered rug recycling, and after his death (in 2011) the foundation that bears his name is continuing to innovate–with the highway of the future. This very week, the highway is debuting a 50-meter (1,640 feet) section of Wattway drive-over solar panels from France.

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