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The Ray
Atlanta, GA
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About The Ray

The Ray is a highway proving ground for sustainable transportation technology, located in Georgia. By piloting future-forward infrastructure projects, we're working to Drive the Future with zero waste, zero carbon, zero death highways.

 

What if we reimagine the way we connect our communities, our lives and our world? Founded in honor of the world’s greenest industrialist, Ray C. Anderson, The Ray tests evolving ideas and technologies dedicated to transforming the transportation infrastructure of the future, and it all starts with an 18-mile highway corridor on I-85 in southwest Georgia. With the mission to create a net-zero highway system, we've created a living laboratory that reconnects and restores our world, paving the way to a safer and more prosperous future for all.

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USTMA, The Ray and University of Missouri Release Findings on Benefits of Rubber Modified Asphalt and Call for....
USTMA, The Ray and University of Missouri Release Findings on Benefits of Rubber Modified Asphalt and Call for....
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USTMA, The Ray and University of Missouri Release Findings on Benefits of Rubber Modified Asphalt and Call for....
The Ray, CORE SC Announce Collaboration to Advance Clean Infrastructure Innovation for South Carolina
To honor the legacy of the world’s greenest industrialist and my father, Ray C. Anderson, we created an 18-mile living laboratory on I-85 in southwest Georgia. With the mission to build a net-zero highway system, The Ray serves as a proving ground for safer, more resilient infrastructure by piloting sustainable technologies to drive the future.
Harriet Anderson Langford, President and Founder of The Ray
 

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