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MGS Median Barrier and Transition

Question
State MN
Description Text

Do you have information on a design variation of this AGT of
a median barrier connection?



Or I guess a more basic question would be; do we have a
median barrier version of the MGS?



 

Keywords
  • Approach Guardrail Transitions
  • Guardrail
Other Keywords none
Date November 11, 2016


Response
Response

Here is the information that we have to-date for MGS in medians. Years ago, we did a median transition to a Missouri Single-Slope Median Buttress under 350. Using new transition technologies, we could likely do the same on a median concrete buttress.

http://mwrsf-qa.unl.edu/view.php?id=1094

https://tti.tamu.edu/publications/catalog/record/?id=39225

http://mwrsf-qa.unl.edu/view.php?id=779

http://mwrsf-qa.unl.edu/view.php?id=713

http://mwrsf-qa.unl.edu/view.php?id=423

http://mwrsf-qa.unl.edu/view.php?id=714

http://mwrsf-qa.unl.edu/view.php?id=459

http://mwrsf-qa.unl.edu/view.php?id=1108

 

Date November 11, 2016
Attachment 2eec3c45bcdbdddf32c691d396448b96.pdf
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