Articles about The Ray

USTMA, The Ray and University of Missouri Release Findings on Benefits of Rubber Modified Asphalt and Call for Additional Research

Rubber modified asphalt is a proven circular solution for scrap tires that provides cost savings, extends pavement life and reduces noise; more research needed to close data gaps

The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA), in partnership with the University of Missouri and The Ray, a nonprofit proving ground for sustainable transportation technologies, have published a state of knowledge report that assessed existing research on the economic, performance and environmental benefits of using ground tire rubber (GTR) in asphalt.

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The Ray Appoints New Deputy Director

Laura Rogers has been appointed Deputy Director of The Ray, a Georgia-based sustainable transportation organization.

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Georgia’s V2X Connected Interstate Adds Kia, Prepares for Connected Freight Operations

The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), The Ray and Panasonic Corporation of North America today announced Kia as the OEM partner, supported by HATCI (Hyundai America Technical Center, Inc.), for the second phase of the collaborative vehicle-to-everything (V2X) infra-structure development project on The Ray Highway along Interstate 85 in West Georgia.

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The Ray, CORE SC Announce Collaboration to Advance Clean Infrastructure Innovation for South Carolina

South Carolina’s Center of Resilience Excellence (CORE SC) and The Ray launched a formal partnership to collaborate on initiatives that will advance technology and innovation for the State’s transportation infrastructure to pioneer safe, sustainable and resilient design, informing the roadways of the future. The partnership is focused on developing technology that prioritizes electrified and connected mobility, supports a restorative environment, and generates economic opportunity for the State of South Carolina.

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Recognizing The Ray's Vision Nationwide

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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.

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

Reprinted from Startup.info

Harriet Langford, president of The Ray, was recently interviewed in the Startup.info 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."

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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.

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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."

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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.

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