Simply put, a poured concrete barrier, integrally attached to a concrete deck slab, is a very robust and resistant bridge railing. It is common for higher speed roadways and places where run-off the road accidents are prevalent. It of course, is not always specified by bridge owners, because for one, it is expensive to construct and two, it is a barrier to open viewing. In essence, it is not always warranted or preferred. As mentioned above, wall barriers are sometimes combined with tubular rail systems and this provides a nice compromise between robust construction and visibility. Any of these walls or barrier designs can be specified and constructed with all of our beam or truss bridge styles.