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“Connected Roads” Lane Markings on The Ray to Improve Driver Safety & Facilitate Safe Testing of Self-Driving Vehicles

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The Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT), 3M and The Ray announced that all lanes of the 13 miles of Interstate 85, from the Georgia-Alabama border to Exit 13-LaGrange, are now marked with 3M’s Connected Roads All Weather Elements striping technology. This announcement follows the recent repaving of that interstate stretch, now known as The Ray, which has become a national proving ground for transportation technology and innovation. The goal is to create a safe ecosystem, on a public interstate, that can accommodate advanced vehicle testing.

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The Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT), 3M and The Ray announced that all lanes of the 13 miles of Interstate 85, from the Georgia-Alabama border to Exit 13-LaGrange, are now marked with 3M’s Connected Roads All Weather Elements striping technology. This announcement follows the recent repaving of that interstate stretch, now known as The Ray, which has become a national proving ground for transportation technology and innovation. The goal is to create a safe ecosystem, on a public interstate, that can accommodate advanced vehicle testing.

Liberty Tire Recycling to Match First $5,000 Donated to The Ray on Georgia Gives Day

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Liberty Tire Recycling announced today that they will be matching the first $5,000 donated to The Ray on Georgia Gives Day, December 3, 2019.

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Liberty Tire Recycling announced today that they will be matching the first $5,000 donated to The Ray on Georgia Gives Day, December 3, 2019.

The Ray Receives Recognition and Accolades for Smart, Sustainable Highway in Georgia

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Atlanta Magazine, The Shorty Awards and Newsweek honor the innovative P4 building the future highway, today.

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Atlanta Magazine, The Shorty Awards and Newsweek honor the innovative P4 building the future highway, today.

Brightening Our Corner Newsletter - November 2019

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The quarterly newsletter for the Ray C. Anderson Foundation features stories about their key funding initiatives: Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at the Scheller College of Business, Biomimicry Launchpad, Ray of Hope Prize, The Ray, Georgia Drawdown, Georgia Climate Conference, Ecocentricity Blog and more. #climatechange #circulareconomy #climateaction #sustainability

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The quarterly newsletter for the Ray C. Anderson Foundation features stories about their key funding initiatives: Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at the Scheller College of Business, Biomimicry Launchpad, Ray of Hope Prize, The Ray, Georgia Drawdown, Georgia Climate Conference, Ecocentricity Blog and more. #climatechange #circulareconomy #climateaction #sustainability

The Ray Selected in Newsweek’s Top 100 Smart City Partner - Momentum Awards

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The Ray has been chosen as one Newsweek's Top 100 Smart City Partner Momentum Award winners. The Momentum Awards are an annual celebration of the people and cities propelling the world toward an environmentally sustainable, socially equitable, economically viable future of autonomous mobility and smart urban environments. 

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The Ray has been chosen as one Newsweek's Top 100 Smart City Partner Momentum Award winners. The Momentum Awards are an annual celebration of the people and cities propelling the world toward an environmentally sustainable, socially equitable, economically viable future of autonomous mobility and smart urban environments. 

A Ray of Sunshine and Hope

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What is your company doing for the environment? This was the question that changed Ray C. Anderson’s life in 1994, in what he calls his “spear in the chest” epiphany. Serenbe's blog explores Ray Anderson's legacy, from his years at Interface to his family foundation, The Ray and John Lanier's book: Mid-Course Correction Revisited. They also highlight how RayDay at Serenbe has become a favorite tradition for Ray's family and friends from Georgia and beyond.

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What is your company doing for the environment? This was the question that changed Ray C. Anderson’s life in 1994, in what he calls his “spear in the chest” epiphany. Serenbe's blog explores Ray Anderson's legacy, from his years at Interface to his family foundation, The Ray and John Lanier's book: Mid-Course Correction Revisited. They also highlight how RayDay at Serenbe has become a favorite tradition for Ray's family and friends from Georgia and beyond.

Energy Matters Radio: An Interview With the Ray C. Anderson Foundation

Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols Interviews Harriet and Phil Langford
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Harriet Langford, president of The Ray and trustee for the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, and Phil Langford, trustee for The Ray and the Ray C. Anderson Foundation were recently interviewed on Energy Matters by Georgia Public Service Commissioner, Tim Echols.

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Harriet Langford, president of The Ray and trustee for the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, and Phil Langford, trustee for The Ray and the Ray C. Anderson Foundation were recently interviewed on Energy Matters by Georgia Public Service Commissioner, Tim Echols.

How Public-Private-Philanthropic Partnerships are Driving Transportation Technology

By Harriet A. Langford, The Ray and Chris Armstrong, Panasonic, North America
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Funding for a project can be split between a government agency and a nonprofit organization. Together, the two can seek out a partner from the private sector to execute on the project. This blend of public and philanthropic capital combined with private-sector competencies and efficiencies makes for a novel way to address the changing transportation mobility issues that the country is facing.

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Funding for a project can be split between a government agency and a nonprofit organization. Together, the two can seek out a partner from the private sector to execute on the project. This blend of public and philanthropic capital combined with private-sector competencies and efficiencies makes for a novel way to address the changing transportation mobility issues that the country is facing.

Vehicle-to-Everything and Connected Car Technology in Georgia

By: Katie Coveny
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The newest and coolest (and safest) car on the market, the autonomous and connected car, is driving the future of advanced automobiles.

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The newest and coolest (and safest) car on the market, the autonomous and connected car, is driving the future of advanced automobiles.

Georgia Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration & The Ray Sign Charter, Formalize Initiative to Build Future Highways Infrastructure on Interstate 85

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The Ray, Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have announced that the public-private-philanthropic partnership (P4) has signed a formal charter that defines the parties full commitment to working in partnership on the living transportation innovation laboratory along 18 miles of Interstate 85, known as The Ray.

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The Ray, Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have announced that the public-private-philanthropic partnership (P4) has signed a formal charter that defines the parties full commitment to working in partnership on the living transportation innovation laboratory along 18 miles of Interstate 85, known as The Ray.

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