U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
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This listing contains information about work zone devices that have been evaluated in accordance with the AASHTO MASH or NCHRP Report . The FHWA's Federal-aid eligibility letters are provided as a service to the States and are not a requirement for roadside safety hardware to be eligible for Federal-aid reimbursement. As stated in our eligibility letters, "eligibility for reimbursement under the Federal-aid highway program does not establish approval, certification or endorsement of the device for any particular purpose or use." It is the responsibility of the agency who owns the facility to determine whether or not to use a particular hardware device and how to use it for the particular situation. See AASHTO's Roadside Design Guide and AASHTO's Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware for guidance on selecting the appropriate Test Level (TL) based on traffic using the facility.
When NCHRP Report was implemented, FHWA created four categories of work zone devices. AASHTO is considering if these categories are still appropriate for MASH.
More information and resources are available at the Work Zone Clearinghouse.
The listing below is primarily of the Category II and IV devices. The Category I are self certified and the Category III are typically barrier or crash cushions that are included in other lists.
This table is an updated version of the one included in the FHWA Memorandum
"Crash Tested Work Zone Traffic Control Devices," Dated August 28, 1998
Recently posted Eligibility Letters are marked with an asterisk (*).
Revised, July 10, 2018
**The FHWA Federal-aid Eligibility letters for this device will be rescinded on May 26, 2018 if the conditions of Section 1 of FHWA's May 26, 2017 open letter https://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/roadway_dept/countermeasures/reduce_crash_severity/ openletter052617.cfm) are not met. After May 26, 2018, FHWA would consider assurance from the State DOT or local agency that the device is crashworthy (most often evidenced by including the device in State DOT or local agency standards and specifications) in making a determination of eligibility for reimbursement from the Federal aid program.
|Code||Date||MASH||Manufacturer||Device Description||View PDF||Text Version|
|WZ-358*||2/15/2018||MASH||TrafFix Devices Inc.||TrafFix Water Wall LCD||(6.91 MB)|
|WZ-357*||2/9/2018||MASH||4860M-LT||MDI Worldwide||(3.22 MB)|
|WZ-356||9/6/2017||MASH||Plasticade||Plasticade SS520 Sign Stand System w/ IS 48"x48" Rollup Sign||(3.16 MB)|
|WZ-355||9/6/2017||MASH||Plasticade||Plasticade SS420 Sign Stand System w/ IS 48"x48" Rollup Sign||(4.19 MB)|
|WZ-354||9/6/2017||MASH||Plasticade||Plasticade SS410 Sign Stand System with Industry Standard 48" x 48" Rollup Sign||(4.16 MB)|
|WZ-353||9/6/2017||MASH||Plasticade||Plasticade SS340 Sign Stand System with Industry Standard 48" x 48" Rollup Sign||(4.61 MB)|
|WZ-352*||9/6/2017||MASH||Plasticade||Plasticade SS310 Sign Stand System with Industry Standard 48"x48" Rollup Sign||(4.02 MB)|
|WZ-351||9/6/2017||MASH||Plasticade||Plasticade SS300/SS300A Sign Stand System Industry Standard 48" X 48" Rollup Sign||(5.05 MB)|
|WZ-350||9/6/2017||MASH||Plasticade||Plasticade SS100/SS105 Sign Stand System||(5.58 MB)|
|WZ-348||11/22/2016||MASH||Custom-Pak Inc.||Custom-Pak Vertical Panel With or Without Warning Light||(895 KB)|
|WZ-347||11/22/2016||MASH||Custom-Pak Inc.||Custom Pack 4800 Delineator With or Without Warning Light||(975 KB)|
|WZ-346||11/22/2016||MASH||Custom-Pak Inc.||Custom-Pak Delineator 42 Inch, With or Without Warning Light||(927 KB)|
|WZ-345||11/22/2016||MASH||Custom-Pak, Inc.||Custom-Pak Delineator 28 Inch||(958 KB)|
|WZ-343||4/18/2016||MASH||Plasticade||3200 Type III Barricade with Volcano Base||(1.41 MB)|
|WZ-342||6/6/2016||MASH||Plasticade||SSRB800 Sign Stand with Rubber Base||(1.51 MB)|
|WZ-341||4/15/2016||MASH||PedRail Systems LLC||PedRail TL-2 Longitudinal Channelizer||(1.24 MB)|
|WZ-340||5/6/2016||MASH||TrafFix Devices Inc.||ADA Urbanite Longitudinal Channelizing Device||(1.53 MB)|
|WZ-337||9/28/2016||MASH||Airstar America Lighting, Inc.||Airstar Space Globe Lighting Stand||(5.86 MB)|
|WZ-336||7/14/2015||MASH||Folding Type III Barricade with warning lights and ballast||LaneGard 3 Type III Barricade||(1.38 MB)|
|WZ-335||5/12/2016||MASH||TrafFix Devices, Inc.||Aluminum, Buster Sign Stand||(2 MB)|
|WZ-332||3/24/2014||MASH||Professional Traffic Solutions||Professional Traffic Solutions Flashing Arrow Sign/ Barricade Combo||(1.35 MB)|
|WZ-328||2/18/2014||MASH||Plasticade||Strongwall ADA Pedestrian Barricade Strongwall Longitudinal Channelizing Device||(2.26 MB)|
|WZ-327||2/11/2014||MASH||Plasticade||Type III Barricade with Power Post plastic uprights||(2.42 MB)|
|WZ-325||2/12/2014||MASH||Osprey Southwest||Osprey Southwest LLC Safety Umbrella Sign System||(2.64 MB)|
|WZ-321||2/1/2013||MASH||Roundspring Technologies||Remote Operated Safety Attendant portable flagger device||(1.49 MB)|
|WZ-318||5/24/2012||MASH||Impact Recovery||Tuff Curb||(1.49 MB)|
|WZ-317||5/24/2012||MASH||Impact Recovery||Tuff Curb XLP||(1.46 MB)|
|WZ-315||5/25/2012||MASH||Plastic Safety Systems||Safety Wall||(830 KB)|
|WZ-304||6/21/2011||MASH||Impact Recovery Systems||Tuff Curb XLP traffic channelizer||(3.02 MB)|
|WZ-302||3/11/2011||MASH||Plasticade Products||Sentinel Type III Barricade||(1.24 MB)|
|WZ-301||3/11/2011||MASH||Plasticade Products||Navicade Traffic Channelizing Cone with a lightweight warning light attached||(1.17 MB)|
|WZ-300||3/10/2011||MASH||Plasticade Products||Gemstone Vertical Panel with a lightweight warning light attached||(1.84 MB)|
|WZ-299||3/10/2011||MASH||Plasticade Products||Break-Away Type III Barricade with lightweight warning lights||(1.89 MB)|
|WZ-298||3/3/2011||MASH||Rochester Rotational Moldings||Rochester Rotational Molding Longitudinal Channelizer||(609 KB)|
Evaluation of Work Zone Barricades and Temporary Sign Supports, Mak, Bligh, and Menges Report No. 5388-1 Sponsored by the Texas DOT.
Evaluation of Work Zone Barricades, Mak, Bligh, and Menges Report No. TX-97/3910-S Sponsored by the Texas DOT.
The tested portable sign stands were supplied by Traffix Devices Inc. and MDI-Windmaster. Roll-up sign sheeting was supplied by Reflexite. Plastic barricade panels were also supplied by Traffix. The acceptable portable sign stands all featured horizontal cross braces of lightweight fiberglass or plastic elements. Recent testing of some portable sign stands at 90 degrees shows that horizontal cross braces of tubular metal penetrate the windshield and are not considered crashworthy without additional testing. Portable sign stands with horizontal metal tubes (or other inflexible elements) supporting flexible signs may not be used on the NHS in a position where they could be struck at right angles.
Horizontal and upright components of the hollow core recycled plastic barricades were supplied by Recycled Plastic Products, Inc.