Project boosts driver safety

Greenwood next year is installing guardrails around ponds bordering streets that pose dangers to motorists.

The city has been working for more than two years on a plan to install a total   about 4,000 feet of metal guardrail at 13 rainwater collection ponds in the city to keep drivers safer.

The guardrails are the city’s response to the deaths of motorists who drove into Greenwood ponds over the past four years.

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