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Experimental Solar Road in Georgia Is Paving a New Way

By Monica Medina and Miro Korenha
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The first solar roadway in the U.S. debuted on an 18-mile stretch of I-85 in southwestern Georgia.  It's called the Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway, and the asphalt is a living laboratory now known as The Ray -- it offers a vision of how highways could look and function in the future.

The Ray Is a Stretch of Highway Paving the Way for the Future of Motoring

By Albert Khoury
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The Ray is featured in Digital Trends

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The Ray is featured in Digital Trends

Streets of the Future Could Take Automatic Tire Readings

by Facundo Tassara
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Just imagine not having to rely on pre- or post-trip inspections for the condition of your tire tread or tire pressure.

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Just imagine not having to rely on pre- or post-trip inspections for the condition of your tire tread or tire pressure.

Why High-Tech Highways Will Change the Way You Drive

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Drive Interstate 85 in Georgia and you may happen upon an area that looks a little different. You can roll over panels that are collecting energy from the sun, then pass over a sensor that instantly detects the air pressure in your tires.

Georgia Project Aims to Build Smarter Roads

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Cars are getting smarter and more sophisticated all the time, but the roads they drive on are still pretty much pavement. That’s slowly starting to change. States are turning highways into technology laboratories for everything from traffic management to environmental sustainability.

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Cars are getting smarter and more sophisticated all the time, but the roads they drive on are still pretty much pavement. That’s slowly starting to change. States are turning highways into technology laboratories for everything from traffic management to environmental sustainability.

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