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NCHRP Report 350: Devices in Work Zones

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Prepared: February, 2004
Revised: April 5, 2004

Prepared By
Nicholas Artimovich
FHWA Office of Safety Design
Washington, DC
nick.artimovich@fhwa.dot.gov


Crash Testing Guidance

Crash Testing Policy

Report 350 is part of FHWA policy. Federal register announcement in 1993 gave 5 years to implementation. In 1998 FHWA and AASHTO reached agreement on final deadline dates, most of which have now passed.

If a device has been successfully crash tested by a reputable test house, and certified to have meet the Report 350 Evaluation Criteria, then it may be used whether or not the FHWA has written an Acceptance Letter.

FHWA Procedures

Four Categories of WZ Devices

For Additional Information:

Nick Artimovich
FHWA - HSA-10
400 Seventh Street, SW
Washington, DC 20590
nick.artimovich@fhwa.dot.gov

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