crash barrier


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crash barrier

a barrier erected along the centre of a motorway, around a racetrack, etc., for safety purposes
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The Daily Mirror has campaigned for better crash barriers on motorway bridges where they cross railway lines.
Prior Information Notice: Reconstruction and extension crossings middle dividing strip, including drainage and installation of removable steel crash barriers with the level of retention H2.
The car then, without any apparent cause, swerved from the inside lane right across the outside lane and straight into the crash barrier in the central reservation.
But, Lars Berglund, lead investigator on the case, said the driver 'may not have seen the crash barrier.
USPRwire, Wed Oct 14 2015] Crash Barrier Systems Market by Type (Portable & Fixed), Technology (Rigid, Semi-Rigid & Flexible), Device (Crash Cushions, End Treatments, Water- & Sand- Filled Plastic Barrels, and GEAT), Application (Roadside, Median, Work-zone, and Bridge) & Region - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2020
Belgian high security perimeter protection specialist Betafence has acquired the intellectual property rights to cable-based anti-ram crash fences, barriers and gates from US-based crash barrier products and systems provider Gibraltar US, the company said on Thursday.
Just one of the car's wheels was on the carriageway side of the crash barrier.
The woman's Ford KA collided with a crash barrier on Mountain Road at about 5.
He was uninjured after hitting a crash barrier and flipping his vehicle on the motorway.
The man in his 30s flipped his car on to its roof after smashing through the crash barrier at junction 12 in Gaydon, Warwickshire at 3.
Kubica was trapped in his modified Skoda Fabia for more than an hour after hitting a church wall and a crash barrier before rescue workers were able to extract him.
A BLACK Country father-ofthree died after being crushed between a bus and a crash barrier, inquest jurors heard.