The Michigan Department of Transportation will be installing cable guardrails on Michigan highways. But Genesee County will see few of these benefits, says mlive.com:

Only a few miles of the 71 freeway miles in the county now have the cable guardrails.

MDOT officials say they’ll evaluate the program after 2011, crunch the numbers on accidents and see if more guardrails are needed and if funding is available.

“Looking into the crystal ball, I would expect more along Michigan roadways,” said MDOT spokesman Bob Felt.

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