Trinity Industries Sued by Canadian City

Trinity Industries, the creator of the controversial ET-Plus guardrail end terminal, has been sued by the Canadian city of Stratford, Ontario. According to ABCNews.com lawmakers there believe the company sold them defective, dangerous products – specifically, the ET-Plus. The city is seeking $...

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Allegedly Deadly Highway Guardrail Found On Utah Roads

Utah is joining the long list of states growing concerned over the presence of the controversial ET-Plus guardrail on their roads and highways. Indeed, there are more than 300 of these guardrails on Utah streets and they are found in 49 different states. The guardrails have been the center of contro...

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Crash Tests Not Accurate, Guardrail Whistleblower Claims

With crash tests of the controversial ET-Plus guardrail currently underway, many transportation officials are awaiting the results to determine the future of the device on the nation’s roads. One critic, however, says the crash tests should not be the determining factor in that crucial decisio...

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Media Banned from Testing of Controversial Guardrail

Federal regulators have ordered crash tests of a highly scrutinized highway safety device, but the testing will be closed to media. Trinity Industries, the manufacturer of the ET-Plus highway guardrail head, has announced they will not allow news cameras to record the crash tests. According to 13new...

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