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Texas Transportation Institute Study: An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Wider Edge Line Pavement Markings

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Technical Assessment Supports Findings of Rowan University Study on Heavy Metals in Glass Beads

Assessment of Technical Report NJ-2008-11, “Heavy Metal Contamination in Highway Marking Glass Beads”



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SENATOR MENENDEZ HOLDS PRESS CONFERENCE

Senator Menendez Holds Press Conference to Introduce Bill recommending federal standards on glass beads used for reflective highway markings
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TWO STUDIES SHOW HEAVY METALS LEACHING FROM IMPORTED GLASS BEADS

Texas Transportation Institute
Heavy Metal Content and Leaching Potential of Recycled Glass Beads Used in Pavement Markings — Executive Summary (121 KB)
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Heavy Metal Content and Leaching Potential of Recycled Glass Beads Used in Pavement Markings — Final Report (10,468 KB)
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TTI's Presentation at ATSSA Tradeshow, Phoenix, AZ
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Rowan University
The complete and final NJDOT/Rowan University report "Heavy metal contamination in highway marking glass beads" can be obtained via e-mail by contacting Kevin Goforth at Kevin.Goforth.AGBMA@gmail.com
Benefit/Cost Analysis of Lane Marking (809 KB)

The Use of Wider Longitudinal Pavement Markings (423 KB)
American Glass Bead Manufacturers Association
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