Read this little gem on the melb.moto Yahoo mailing list today... 'Read in my local paper that VicRoads will spend $3.7 million trialling centreline wire rope safety barriers on the South Gippsland Highway at Koo Wee Rup between Healesville-Koo Wee Rup Road and Sybella Avenue. "The trial is a first for Victoria with the wire rope safety barrier installed along the centreline of the undivided road," Road & Ports Minister Tim Pallas said. "This project will improve safety for motorists by reducing the occurrence and severity of head-on and run-off road type incidents."' Here's a Google Maps link to it (I dunno how to paste an image directly into the message). More links below that may work. http://maps.google.com.au/maps?hl=e...991,145.477508&spn=0.002044,0.004823&t=h&z=18 If this is gonna happen (the OP didn't cite a URL or anything verifiable in his message) then it's gonna be an interesting one. This particular section is not a dual carriageway. Rather, it's a 4 lane (2 each way) road. So, this means that you'll have a WRB running down the centre of the road with no margin for error when passing vehicles, or if a truck or vehicle towing a large trailer gets a bit of a sway up and there are vehicles heading in the opposite direction.