Wildlife Crossings

Wildlife-Sensitive Design

Wildlife-sensitive design seeks to protect animals while helping to reduce animal-vehicle conflicts. This type of design makes use of bridge-like structures (overpasses), culvert-like structures (underpasses), barriers, and escape structures. Barriers block animal crossings, while escape structures encourage animals to exit the roadway.

Wildlife using crossings in MT

MDT's US 93 Study

The reconstruction of US Highway 93 represents one of the most extensive wildlife-sensitive highway design efforts in North America.

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