A collaboration aimed at piloting new technologies was recently announced between Georgia-based The Ray, the Texas DOT (TxDOT) Austin District, Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (Mobility Authority), and the City of Austin.
This collaboration is the result of several months of discussion focused on ideas for improving regional cooperation that also aims to pursue green energy solutions. The collaboration was formalized through a signed charter with the City of Austin, and letters of understanding with TxDOT and the Mobility Authority…
This collaboration is focused on facilitating, executing, promoting, and building real innovative projects that prioritize road safety, improve infrastructure resiliency, and protect and restore the environment, according to The Ray. These projects include but are not limited to connected autonomous vehicle infrastructure, solar-powered photovoltaic electric-vehicle (EV) charging stations, and in-road dynamic wireless EV charging.