The length of need for guardrail required at bridge ends sometimes cannot be installed due to intersecting state roadways, local streets, driveways or other access points. These conflicts limit the space available to effectively shield the bridge ends and the slope adjacent to it. Guardrail terminals, including the guardrail transitions to the bridge at these restricted sites, are too long to accommodate the site conditions. The Short Radius Guardrail System (SRGS) has been developed and tested to the MASH Test Level 3 criteria, and can shield both a rigid bridge end, and the area immediately adjacent to it, at locations where space limitations prohibit the installation of a standard bridge transition and adequate barrier length. Learn about the key components of the SRGS system, the associated MASH crash testing and the standard guardrail components necessary for installation.