Articles about The Ray

The Ray Announces Collaboration to Drive Transportation Innovation in Central Texas

The Ray is taking its proven record of innovation and sustainability to Central Texas through separate signed charters with the Texas Department of Transportation Austin District, Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority and the City of Austin.

Read More

Harriet Anderson Langford of The Ray Tells Us About Doing Well By Doing Good

Reprinted from

Harriet Langford, president of The Ray, was recently interviewed in the series, Innovators vs. COVID. "With the mission to modernize America’s highway system as zero carbon, zero waste, and, most importantly, zero death, our team works with researchers, technologists, and entrepreneurs to find solutions that reduce carbon, eliminate waste and SAVE LIVES."

Read More

The Ray and 3M advance transportation safety & Vision Zero through innovative partnership and new road tech development

The Ray and 3M have announced the expansion of their partnership and ongoing work to improve transportation safety and help save American lives by advancing innovation and exciting technologies in the transportation sector. The collaboration, which began in 2018, has targeted existing and potential future opportunities to modernize ubiquitous road infrastructure to enable the predictable and safe operation of connected and autonomous vehicles.

Read More

Brightening Our Corner Newsletter - February 2021

Quarterly Newsletter of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation

The Foundation has just published its quarterly newsletter. Ray Anderson always said, "Brighten the Corner Where You Are."

Read More

Georgia DOT, UGA and The Ray Break Ground on Latest Meadow-Research Installation

Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT), The Ray and the University of Georgia’s College of Environment + Design (UGA CED) are pleased to announce Phase 2 of their meadow-research plantings on The Ray Highway, at the Exit 6 median alongside I-85’s northbound lanes. The purpose of the research is to establish innovative uses that beautify and improve the utilization of Georgia’s highway corridor.

Read More

The Ray and Southwire Announce Partnership to Enhance Energy & Highway Infrastructure

Southwire recently made a $10,000 match contribution issued to The Ray for Georgia Gives Day. Southwire’s donation launched a larger, ongoing partnership between the two Georgia-based organizations to continue their sustainability goals and find innovative solutions to power our nation’s transmission grid and distribution of renewable energy.

Read More

The Ray is Hiring a Communications Intern

The Ray is seeking an intern to assist in communicating the goals and accomplishments of the organization and its demonstration projects.

Read More

Peachtree Corners Smart City and The Ray Install USA’s First Road Surface Solar Panels on Autonomous Vehicle Lane

Peachtree Corners – the nation’s first smart city environment powered by real-world infrastructure and next-generation connectivity – today unveiled the city’s new solar roadway system which produces energy for a solar-powered EV charging station located at city hall. The installation also marked the first road surface-powered solar panels to be activated in a United States city.

Read More

The Ray Partners with ITS America and WTS International Foundation to create Mobility XX

Increasing Opportunities and Interest for Girls and Women in Tranportation Careers

Read More

USTMA, The Ray and University of Missouri Announce Research Partnership

Project to Assess Knowledge on Environmental Impact, Benefits of Rubber Modified Asphalt

The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA), in partnership with The Ray, has announced a research project to assess and compile existing research on the performance, environmental impacts and benefits of using ground tire rubber (GTR) in asphalt. The compiled research will result in a state of knowledge report that outlines existing research and identifies data gaps in the use of ground tire rubber in rubber modified asphalt.

Read More