New Questions Arise Regarding ET-Plus Guardrail Testing

ET-Plus guardrails, manufactured by Trinity, Inc. and installed on roadways nationwide, have recently been at the center of a scandal involving fraud committed on regulators and lethal collisions. Recently, testing has begun to determine whether fixes made to ET-Plus guardrails will enable them oper...

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California Man Dies in Guardrail Accident

California Man Dies in Guardrail Accident

A 24-year-old California man was killed in a crash in the North San Francisco Bay Area when his vehicle collided with a guardrail system that has been blamed for injuries and deaths throughout the United States. At this time, it is unknown why the man crashed into the guardrail. What is known is tha...

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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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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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How Guardrails Work & Why the ET-Plus Design Malfunctions

How Guardrails Work & Why the ET-Plus Design Malfunctions

We drive past them virtually every day without thinking much about them. Indeed, highway guardrails are part of our periphery, something we don’t much ponder until something terrible happens. But for those of us unfortunate enough to land in an accident on a highway, these guardrails often pla...

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