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AASHTO provides update on MASH-compliant devices

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) recently issued information about new Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH)-compliant devices that have been granted federal aid eligibility letters.

The AASHTO communication from Director of Engineering Jim McDonnell was issued to provide an update on roadway safety devices now on the market and approved under federal guidelines.

The devices and letters that detail crash tests on the devices can be reviewed on the Federal Highway Administration’s website. McDonnell also noted that devices that have undergone MASH crash-testing guidelines can also be found on the implementation page of the Roadside Safety Pooled Fund under “Hardware Tested.”

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