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grading behind a MGS transition

Question
State WI
Description Text

If we have the 2' of relative flat grading behind the post of the MGS thrie beam transition, How steep can the slope behind the 2' of flat grading?  I assume a 2:1 would be acceptable.

Keywords
  • Approach Guardrail Transitions
Other Keywords grading
Date August 21, 2015


Response
Response A 2:1 slope located 2 ft behind the posts (on level grading) should not cause any adverse affects to the performance of the guardrail transition.
Date August 21, 2015


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