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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Guardrail Manufacturer Accused of Cover Up

As the world awaits crash testing results from Trinity Industries, allegations of a cover-up have surfaced. Trinity’s ET-Plus guardrail end terminal is said to be defective, with lawsuits from across the country claiming the device malfunctioned during car accidents. These accidents have left ...

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Inside the Trinity Guardrail Crash Testing

The testing of the controversial ET-Plus highway guardrail end terminal began last week, with limited access for media to report on the results. Just two reporters were allowed in to the independent testing facility to view the first of eight crash tests. Reporters were not allowed to record any of ...

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Virginia Begins Guardrail Removal Process, Sues Trinity Industries

After months of banning the installation of a controversial highway safety device, Virginia’s Department of Transportation has begun the process of hiring contractors to remove the guardrail heads currently on the roads. The selected contractors will be required to locate and remove thousands ...

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