Trinity ET-Plus Guardrail Approved for Further Safety Testing

After months upon months of litigation, rumors, and negotiation, the Federal Highway Administration has approved a retesting program for the ET-Plus guardrail. The guardrail, which has been suspected of being unsafe for some time, has recently been banned from installation in nearly thirty states ou...

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Deadly Guardrails Banned from Installation in Oklahoma

Deadly Guardrails Banned from Installation in Oklahoma

Oklahoma, along with numerous other states, has now banned a controversial guardrail end from being installed on its highways. The guardrail end – Dallas-based Trinity Highway Products’ ET-PLUS model – has been blamed for numerous serious and fatal motor vehicle accidents. At press time, News On 6 i...

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Ohio DOT Under Fire Amidst Defective Guardrail Scandal

The Ohio Department of Transportation came under the microscope amidst a flurry of controversy around ET-PLUS guardrails, manufactured by Dallas-based Trinity Highway Products. The agency recently joined the list of 35 states in removing the ET-PLUS from their list of approved products, following a ...

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Defective Guardrail Causes Nearly Fatal Tennessee Accident

Following a string of disturbing incidents around the country, a Tennessee man is lucky to be alive after a nearly fatal car accident. A diabetic emergency caused the man to lose control of his pickup truck on the highway and slam into a defective guardrail. Highway guardrails, specifically the endc...

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Over 9,000 Potentially Unsafe Guardrails on Pennsylvania Highways

Over 9,000 Potentially Unsafe Guardrails on Pennsylvania Highways

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is facing criticism and controversy after deciding to leave potentially unsafe guardrails on their highways. The guardrails – manufactured by Trinity Highway Products – were recently the subject of a $175 million lawsuit in Texas. The suit was brought by...

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