Many states are installing cable median barriers in locations where there is a high potential for crossover crashes. Right now on Interstate 20 in Louisiana we don't have the cables, though Texas has already installed them. But now the traffic in Bossier and Webster parishes will soon be a bit safer on I-20. DOTD Secretary Sherri LeBas outlined an estimated $4.5 million dollar project to install cable barriers throughout the parishes. The installing of the barriers come in response to the latest accident on I-20 when 25 years old Michael Hubbard and Andrew Perkins were killed when they crossed over into oncoming traffic near Ruston, La., right into the path of an 18-wheeler. And that's not the only fatality we reported. This past summer Arien (Erin) Manshack and Megan Mote were killed when their car collided with an SUV and a tractor trailer on I-20 in bossier parish after crossing the center line. Lieutenant Julie Lewis with the Louisiana State Police Department says the barriers can help prevent head-on collisions by deflecting vehicles that veer into the median from crossing over into oncoming traffic. The installation of the barriers will come at a cost of $150 thousand dollars per mile. Ninety percent of the money to cover the 28 miles of barriers will come from federal dollars under the Map 21 federal program. The other ten percent from the state. The plan is to install the cable barriers from border to border, that's from the state line of Texas, all the way to Mississippi. Work is set to start around spring or summer of 2013. This is one part of the department's initiative, destination zero deaths. They believe through education, traffic improvements and enforcement they can save lives.