The Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway in Troup County has been making steady progress toward a greener, more sustainable future, and on Monday, partners on the project formalized the next steps for the road.

On Monday, the Georgia Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration and The Ray announced the public-private-philanthropic partnership had signed a formal charter defining their commitment to facilitating, executing and promoting quality projects on The Ray. According to a press release from GDOT and The Ray, the section of highway known as The Ray, is being designed to be an 18-mile living laboratory of transportation on Interstate 85.

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