Despite Controversy, ET-Plus Guardrail Passes Safety Tests

The final results of the Trinity Industries crash tests are in: all eight received passing scores from the Federal Highway Administration. The eight tests utilized guardrails of two different heights, one measuring 27 3/4 inches, one 31 inches. Critics say the final of the eight tests should have be...

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Guardrail Safety Tests Will Determine Future of Nevada Roads

Nevada state officials say they will wait for crash test results to determine the future role a controversial highway safety mechanism will play on their roads. The Las Vegas Review Journal reports that Nevada became one of the first of many states this year to temporarily suspend use of the ET-Plus...

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Nevada Prohibits Installation of Controversial Guardrail

Nevada Prohibits Installation of Controversial Guardrail

The Nevada Department of Transportation has announced they will no longer allow any new ET-Plus guardrail end terminals to be installed along their state’s roads and highways. This decision comes after the revelation that the manufacturing company, Trinity Industries, failed to disclose critic...

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