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Has there been any testing or evaluation of portable
|Date||August 22, 2017|
I believe that we did the original development of the NCHRP Report 350 roadside transition from free-standing to anchored PCB with Florida’s help under Charles Boyd. It used the pin configuration shown below and thrie beam.
The roadside version has not be re-evaluated under MASH TL-3. We did develop a median version of the transition through the Midwest Pooled Fund that was tested to MASH. See below.
We are also currently evaluating the use of the bolted tie-down for concrete surfaces and the asphalt tie-down for the F-shape PCB under MASH TL-3 in cooperation with Wisconsin. The bolted tie-down met MASH TL-3 and the asphalt pin tie-down is being constructed currently and should get tested this fall.
|Date||August 23, 2017|
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