Articles about The Ray

The Ray in Georgia: Demanding more of roadways

Reprinted from Washington Times

The world is getting smarter. Smart phones. Smart cars. Even smart thermostats. Yet, we’re still building the same roads that we were building in the 1950s. We need roads that do more than just get people from one place to another.

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Why High-Tech Highways Will Change The Way You Drive

Reprinted from Geico More

The Ray was recently featured in a Geico publication

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Keeping The Ray Clean and Beautiful

The Ray is thrilled to announce its participation in the Adopt A Highway program along its 18-mile stretch of highway on I-85 in West Georgia.

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Brightening Our Corner - August 2017 Newsletter

Quarterly Newsletter from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation's Quarterly Newsletter is out - Brightening Our Corner

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The Ray is Driving the News on What a Sustainable Highway Should Look Like

Over the past few months The Ray has seen an explosion of media interest.

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Allie Kelly and Harriet Langford of The Ray to speak at VERGE 17

Allie Kelly, executive director of The Ray, and Harriet Langford, president of The Ray will speak at the VERGE 17 confernece September 19-21 in Santa Clara, CA

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Anna Cullen of The Ray to Speak at Georgia Environmental Conference

Anna Cullen of The Ray to speak with Pete Marte of Hannah Solar and Tim Echols of Georgia Public Service Commission at Georgia Environmental Leadership Conference, August 23-25, Jekyll Island, GA

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The Ray: Allie Kelly's Interview on The Business Hour

Allie Kelly, executive director of The Ray was interview on Americas Web Radio: The Business Hour on July 28th.

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

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, argues John Catling

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Here's what a sustainable highway might look like

Reprinted from

If you want to see the future of transport in action, you might expect to tour a Silicon Valley research and development lab. But one of the best places to see the future of sustainable transportation might be in the heart of Georgia on an 18-mile stretch of highway I-85, near the city of LaGrange.

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