The TRACC unit is commonly applicable as they are a 24″ wide system, and simple to maintain. These are among the most common systems deployed on America’s roadsides, today.

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We have several TRACC systems available at this time.


Equipment that gathers dust is not fruitful. The gentleman mentioned above posted his surplus on Traffic Circle. His un-used crash cushions were simply sitting in the yard, taking up precious profit and space. A few months later, his equipment was connected with the right buyer.

What happens when Traffic Circle connects surplus traffic control items with ready opportunities? Stale investments are turned into liquid capital. Idle stock is shipped out-of-region. Buyers meet obligations with less cash outlay and owners get cash. Critical cash-flow is freed-up for both parties. Both parties also operate leaner and are better positioned for future business. Equipment owners get to recover ROI. The buyer gets to do more. Its a complete win-win.

Click Here to see a link to get review one state’s description and uses of where crash cushions and attenuators are applied. Compare TRACC units, Quad Guards, Elite Cushions, TAU II Units, Smart Cushions, Wide Systems, Narrow Systems, TL-2 and TL-3 systems, Permanent or temporary work zone.

Crash cushions are acceptable devices for shielding fixed objects that cannot be removed, relocated, or shielded by longitudinal barriers.

For example:

The QuadGuard is a proprietary crash cushion manufactured by Energy Absorption Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of Trinity Highway Products, LLC [2]. It utilizes crushable cartridges that need to be replaced after head-on impact events. These cartridges are placed within a structure of quad beams that are designed to “fish-scale” backward as a vehicle strikes the end. The length of a typical QuadGuard system is 21 ft (6.4 m), and a common width is 2.0 ft (0.6 m)


The Trinity Attenuating Crash Cushion (TRACC) is a proprietary crash cushion manufactured by Trinity Highway Products, LLC [4]. It telescopes backward while tearing through metal plates. The length of a typical TRACC system is 21.25 ft (6.5 m) and a common width is 2.0 ft (0.6 m).

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