Barrier Walls Guardrails

News April 07, 2017
The state of Tennessee has begun preparations to remove and replace the majority of the 1,700 Lindsay X-LITE guardrails on its roads system due to their alleged defectiveness. This decision has spurred further reports of traffic collision deaths caused by the guardrail in other states.   At least...

BoardWalk Ramp installed at County Courthouse, March 15, 2016 (with dimensions added).

Case Studies June 30, 2016
Cleveland, Ohio, the county seat of Cuyahoga County, has made some news recently. The Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Championship, and the parade that followed, attended by about 1.3 million people, also made national news.     Since the Cavs won, the city’s equally beloved baseball team, the...
News December 23, 2015
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) today announced that it has approved a schedule for implementing the use of roadside safety hardware devices, such as guardrails and crash cushions, on the National Highway System that meet new crash-testing standards...

SafetyWall is an ADA-compliant longitudinal channelizer that aids all pedestrians, regardless of their required level of guidance.

Case Studies October 16, 2015
On Oct. 23, the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce (CC) will host the 26th Annual Sea Witch Halloween and Fiddler’s Festival. The festival features three full days of events. Among several choices, attendees can enjoy trick-or-treating and haunted bonfires on Friday, the Fiddler...
News August 27, 2015
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) plans to conduct testing of the ET Plus manufactured by Trinity Highway Products, a controversial guardrail system. The manufacturer of the guardrail system said it passed all safety standards by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).   In 2014,...
News December 29, 2014
On the eve of the Christmas holiday, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) made, via the Federal Register, a formal request for crash data and other findings regarding Trinity Industries’ ET-Plus guardrail end terminal, following protracted allegations that have surfaced regarding misleading...
News December 18, 2014
On Dec. 16, Trinity Industries conducted the second of a series of eight crash tests involving its potentially dangerous guardrail system. The testing, which took place in San Antonio, Tx., was overseen by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) after question began to surface as to whether the...
Road departure devices
Case Studies August 01, 2014
The city of Varenne, Québec, is on a mission to improve the safety of Canadian highways while saving taxpayer dollars. After recently completing a bridge replacement project on Autoroute 30, the city of Varenne decided to upgrade already-installed road departure devices.   Many contractors,...
Article March 15, 2009
Highway 12 is a narrow, two-lane highway, winding through rolling hills with limited visibility, connecting the communities of Lodi and Fairfield in northern California. Originally designed to help move agricultural products to market, Highway 12 has become an important and overused artery linking...
Article May 14, 2008
After observing what could have been a fatal accident on I-75 in Bradenton, Fla., Matthew Schindler, president of Cloverleaf Corp. in Tampa, has a greater appreciation for a product he sells—a high-tension barrier system. Schindler was recently traveling southbound on I-75 when he heard posts...
Article December 28, 2000
On the right TRACCOn the right TRACCThe Trinity Attenuating Crash Cushion (TRACC) is the newest addition to Trinity Industries Inc.’s Life-Saving Highway Safety Systems. This crash cushion is easy to install and inspect in the field. The unit’s compact size, 21 ft x 2 ft, 7 in., allows it to be...
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