Corrugated guide rail can be a stand alone guide rail or bridge rail system that will terminate at each end. Or it can transition into box beam guide rail or a concrete parapet bridge.
Corrugated guide rail is the easiest guide rail to install. The rail is attached to W6 x 9 posts by one single bolt at each post and each section of rail is spliced together by a set of splice bolts.
Corrugated guide rail is usually used on low traffic volume roads and bridges. It is also the main guide rail system used all along the New York State Thruway.
A run of corrugated rail can be as short as one thirteen foot section (used in parking lots) or can run for miles like on the New York State Thruway.
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