Trinity Guardrail Crash Testing Completed

The last of eight federally mandated crash tests on the ET-Plus guardrail has been completed in San Antonio, Texas. The tests were ordered following allegations that the highway safety mechanism was malfunctioning, injuring and killing those involved in guardrail crashes. Because of such claims, mor...

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Potentially Dangerous Guardrails Found on South Carolina Highways

A highway safety mechanism at the height of much controversy has been found along roads and highways throughout South Carolina’s Florence County. According to WBTW, investigators found dozens of the ET-Plus guardrail end terminals along the county streets. The ET-Plus has been known to malfunc...

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Ohio Makes Big Highway Guardrail Change

The Ohio Department of Transportation has made the decision to stop ordering guardrails from Trinity Industries altogether due to concerns over the safety of the rail heads. In an accident, this piece is designed to absorb the impact of a vehicle and accordion backward. As the head is pushed back by...

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Delaware Bans Potentially Dangerous Guardrail

Delaware Bans Potentially Dangerous Guardrail

Delaware, much the same as many other states throughout the country, is taking a closer look at how many potentially dangerous highway guardrail units are in use along the state’s roadways. According to recent reports, the Delaware Department of Transportation has banned the new installation of the ...

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Georgia to Stop Installing ET-Plus Guardrail

Georgia to Stop Installing ET-Plus Guardrail

Georgia is falling in line with many other states that have announced its intentions to stop installing the potentially dangerous ET-Plus guardrail system manufactured by Trinity. According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, the state will stop installing these guardrails until new crash t...

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