Safety end barrier for concrete road barriers
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A safety end barrier for use in coordination with roadside barriers. The safety end barrier lies substantially parallel to the direction of traffic flow and increases in height from about natural ground level at its lower end. The end barrier has sidewalls which angle upwardly outward from the barrier base. The taller end of the end barrier is preferably connected to a concrete roadside barrier through apertures extending from a recessed trough to the end of the safety end barrier. Preferably, bolts with two threaded ends, insertable through the apertures and secured by corresponding nuts, are used as connecting devices to connect the end barrier to a concrete roadside barrier.
Ivey, Don L.; Ross Jr., Hayes E.; Beason, Lynn W. (1994). Safety end barrier for concrete road barriers. United States. Patent and Trademark Office; Texas A&M University. Libraries. Available electronically from