MASH was published in 2009, and later updated in 2016 when AASHTO and FHWA released their implementation plan. That plan included sunset dates for all product categories, which have now passed, yet some product categories have not offered MASH-tested products or only have a single product available. States have varied on how they accept (and do not accept) MASH products, and some are still bidding older NCHRP 350 products against MASH products. Recently, work has begun on converting MASH to a specification. Will there be changes to MASH or is this just a conversion? How long will the conversion take? How will this affect current and future MASH hardware? Get the answers to these questions and more in this timely session.