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Bob G.

It amazes me that Indiana hasn't had these barriers sooner.
Drive almost ANYWHERE in upstate PA, and you'll see these EVERYWHERE (especially on those 2 lane blacktops that roam all through those unlit mountains).
PA had them for DECADES!

A great idea (here, finally)...long overdue.

James Bartle

Bob, take a closer look closer at those "cable barriers" near Philly. I think you'll see that they are actually razor wire used to keep drivers safe from car-jackings. I guess that is one more thing where Indiana is behind the great state of Pennsylvania!

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