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TD 19/06

REQUIREMENT FOR ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS

 
BD 52/93 and IRRRS (Interim Requirements for Road Restraint Systems) have now been superseded by TD 19/06.
The design process includes carrying out a risk assessment to identify the hazards and minimise the risks to the road users.
The risk assessment is documented by using an Excel spreadsheet, a copy of which can be obtained from the Highways Agency's website http://www.dft.gov.uk/ha/standards/tech_info/rrrap.htm
A user-guide is also available on the same web-page.

TD 19/06 also directs the designer to use BS 6779 and BS 7818 for the design of specific elements of parapets.

BS 6779: 1998 - Highway Parapets for Bridges and Other Structures.
Part 1: Metal Parapets for the provision of infill to parapets (see TD 19/06 clause 4.29, 4.39, 4.40)
Part 2: Concrete Parapets for the design of reinforced concrete parapets with some amendments (see TD 19/06 clauses 4.56 to 4.60)
Part 4: Reinforced and Unreinforced Masonry Parapets to assess the containment capacity of existing masonry parapets (see TD 19/06 clause 4.62)

BS 7818: 1995: Pedestrian Metal Parapets
TD 19/06 clause 9.3 says that the manufacture and installation of pedestrian restraint systems must conform with BS 7818 until such times as the drafting of prEN 1317-6 is completed. PD CEN/TR 1317-6:2012 "Road restraint systems. Pedestrian restraint system. Pedestrian parapets" was published 31 May 2012 and, by inference, should be adopted instead of BS 7818.


Metal Parapets are designed and tested by manufactures who apply to the Highways Agency to be included on an Approved List. A copy of the "Highways Agency Accepted EN 1317 Compliant Road Restraint Systems List" can be obtained from their website http://www.dft.gov.uk/ha/standards/tech_info/en_1317_compliance.htm



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