A new interstate highway safety device is being placed along more miles of Indiana interstates.
The fence-like cable barriers can prevent vehicles from crossing highway medians and colliding with oncoming traffic.
Indiana has installed 369 miles of median cable barrier statewide since 2005 at a cost of nearly $31 million.
Now the Indiana Department of Transportation says another 40 miles of the barriers will be installed along Interstate 70 in Clay, Putnam, Morgan and Hendricks counties.
Total cost will be $2 million and should be completed by late November.
Other highways in the state will also be getting the barriers.