The Ray

The Ray

News and information about The Ray, Georgia's restorative, sustainable highway of the future.

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How Public-Private-Philanthropic Partnerships are Driving Transportation Technology
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...
Sep 12, 2019 9:30 AM ET
Vehicle-to-Everything and Connected Car Technology in Georgia
The newest and coolest (and safest) car on the market, the autonomous and connected car, is driving the future of advanced automobiles.
Aug 29, 2019 10:00 AM ET
Georgia Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration & The Ray Sign Charter, Formalize Initiative to Build Future Highways Infrastructure on Interstate 85
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.
Aug 19, 2019 10:00 AM ET
Georgia’s I-85 Is Getting Intelligent Transportation Technology Powered by Panasonic to Improve Safety, Cut Congestion and CO2 Emissions
Georgia’s I-85 Is Getting Intelligent Transportation Technology Powered by Panasonic to Improve Safety, Cut Congestion and CO2 Emissions. CIRRUS by Panasonic at heart of state’s V2X pilot program, led by Georgia Department of Transportation, The Ray, Federal Highway Administration to provide a proof of concept for potential state-wide deployment.
Aug 8, 2019 9:30 AM ET
Plan G: How Georgians Are Taking Control of the Climate Conversation
Local news rarely covers the climate. We’re all over the weather, but we generally avoid going beyond. Climate, as a subject, is deemed too toxic, too politicized, too daunting - too depressing. It doesn’t have to be. In Georgia, it’s solutions in unexpected places. It’s green business booming on brown soil. It’s challenges along the Atlantic coast and the Atlanta streets...
Jul 24, 2019 1:00 PM ET

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