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188 46. D. L. Bullard, N. M. Sheikh, R. P. Bligh, R. R. Haug, J. R. Schutt, B. J. Storey, Aesthetic Concrete Barrier Design, National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report 554, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 2006. 47. D. L. Bullard, W. L. Menges, C. E. Buth, R. R. Haug, “Guardrail Testing Program IV, Volume I: Technical Report,” Research Report 405181-F, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, September 2004. 48. D. L. Bullard, W. L. Menges, D. C. Alberson, “Testing and Evaluation of the Merritt Parkway Guiderail,” Research Report 405501, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, April 1996. 49. D. L. Bullard, W. F. Williams, W. L. Menges, R. R. Haug, “Development, Testing and Evaluation of the Deception Pass State Park Log Rail,” Research Report 400561, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, September 2003. 50. K. A. Polivka, R. K. Faller, D. L. Sicking, J. R. Rohde, B. W. Bielenberg, J. D. Reid, B. A. Coon, “Performance Evaluation of the Free-Standing Temporary Barrier – Update to NCHRP 350 Test No. 3-11 (2214TB-1),” Research Report TRP-03-173-06, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Lincoln, NE, October 2006. 51. K. A. Polivka, R. K. Faller, D. L. Sicking, J. R. Rohde, B. W. Bielenberg, J. D. Reid, B. A. Coon, “Performance Evaluation of the Free-Standing Temporary Barrier – Update to NCHRP 350 Test No. 3-11 with 28” C.G. Height (2214TB-2),” Research Report TRP- 03-174-06, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Lincoln, NE, October 2006. 52. R. P. Bligh, N. M. Sheikh, W. L. Menges, R. R. Haug, “Development of Low-Deflection Precast Concrete Barrier,” Research Report 0-4162-3, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, January 2005. 53. K. A. Polivka, R. K. Faller, D. L. Sicking, J. R. Rohde, B. W. Bielenberg, J. D. Reid, B. A. Coon, “Performance Evaluation of the Permanent New Jersey Safety Shape Barrier – Update to NCHRP 350 Test No. 3-10 (2214NJ-1),” Research Report TRP-03-177-06, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Lincoln, NE, October 2006. 54. K. A. Polivka, R. K. Faller, D. L. Sicking, J. R. Rohde, B. W. Bielenberg, J. D. Reid, B. A. Coon, “Performance Evaluation of the Permanent New Jersey Safety Shape Barrier – Update to NCHRP 350 Test No. 4-12 (2214NJ-2),” Research Report TRP-03-178-06, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Lincoln, NE, October 2006. 55. T. R. Guidry, W. L. Beason, “Development of a Low-Profile Portable Concrete Barrier,” Research Report 990-4F, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, November 1991. 56. R. P. Bligh, W. L. Menges, R. R. Haug, “Evaluation of Guardrail to Concrete Bridge Rail Transitions,” Research Report 4564-1, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, October 2003. 57. R. K. Faller, J. D. Reid, J. R. Rohde, D. L. Sicking, E. A. Keller, “Two Approach Guardrail Transitions for Concrete Safety Shape Barriers,” Research Report TRP-03-69- 98, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Lincoln, NE, May 1998.

189 58. K. A. Polivka, R. K. Faller, D. L. Sicking, J. R. Rohde, B. W. Bielenberg, J. D. Reid, B. A. Coon, “Performance Evaluation of the Guardrail to Concrete Barrier Transition – Update to NCHRP 350 Test No. 3-21 with 28” C.G. Height (2214T-1),” Research Report TRP-03-175-06, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Lincoln, NE, October 2006. 59. A. G. Arnold, C. E. Buth, W. L. Menges, “Testing and Evaluation of W-Beam Guardrails Buried-in-Backslope,” Research Report 405521, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, January 1999. 60. K. K. Mak, R. P. bligh, W. L. Menges, “Crash Testing and Evaluation of the Eccentric Loader Terminal (ELT),” Research Report 473390-01, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, March 1999. 61. R. G. Phillips, A. B. Tyrell, J. E. Bryden, J. S. Fortuniewicz, “Cable Guiderail Breakaway Terminal Ends – Final Report,” Research Report 148, New York State Department of Transportation, Albany, NY, March 1990. 62. A. G. Arnold, W. L. Menges, B. G. Butler, “Testing and Evaluation of the Vermont W-Beam Guardrail Terminal for Low Speed Areas,” Research Report 473080-01, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, May 1998. 63. D. C. Alberson, W. L. Menges, R. R. Haug, “Guardrail Testing – Modified Eccentric Loader Terminal (MELT) at NCHRP 350 TL-2,” Research Report 400401-1&2, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, July 2002. 64. D. C. Alberson, W. L. Menges, “Testing and Evaluation of the Connecticut Impact Attenuation System (CIAS),” Research Report 405651-1&2, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, August 1996. 65. C. E. Buth, W. L. Menges, “Testing and Evaluation of the Modified Connecticut Impact Attenuation System (CIAS),” Research Report 405651-3&4, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, November 1997. 66. W. L. Menges, C. E. Buth, S. K. Schoeneman, “NCHRP Report 350 Test 3-34 of the Modified Connecticut Impact Attenuation System (CIAS),” Research Report 404231-7, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, May 1999. 67. W. L. Menges, C. E. Buth, “NCHRP Report 350 Testing of the Narrow Connecticut Impact Attenuation System (NCIAS),” Research Report 404231-1-6 (Draft), Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX, May 1999. 68. B. W. Bielenberg, R. K. Faller, J. D. Reid, J. R. Rohde, D. L. Sicking, E. A. Keller, “Concept Development of a Bullnose Guardrail System for Median Applications,” Research Report TRP-03-73-98, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Lincoln, NE, May 1998. 69. B. W. Bielenberg, J. D. Reid, R. K. Faller, J. R. Rohde, D. L. Sicking, E. A. Keller, J. C. Holloway, “Phase II Development of a Bullnose Guardrail System for Median Applications,” Research Report TRP-03-78-98, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, Lincoln, NE, December 1998. 70. B. W. Bielenberg, J. D. Reid, R. K. Faller, J. R. Rohde, D. L. Sicking, E. A. Keller, J. C. Holloway, L. Supencheck, “Phase III Development of a Bullnose Guardrail System for

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Web-Only Document 157: Volume I: Evaluation of Existing Roadside Safety Hardware Using Updated Criteria—Technical Report explores the process that was followed in developing NCHRP Research Results Digest (RRD) 349: Evaluation of Existing Roadside Safety Hardware Using Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH) Criteria.

NCHRP RRD 349 explores the safety performance of widely used non-proprietary roadside safety features by using MASH. Examples of features evaluated include longitudinal barriers (excluding bridge railings), terminals and crash cushions, transitions, and breakaway supports.

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