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Evaluation of wildlife crossing structures and fencing on US Highway 93 Evaro to Polson
Amanda R. Hardy
by Western Transportation Institute, College of Engineering, Montana State University in Bozeman, MT
Written in English
|Other titles||Evaluation of wildlife crossing United States Highway 93 Evaro to Polson, Evaluation of wildlife crossing United States Highway ninety-three Evaro to Polson, Phase one: preconstruction data collection and finalization of evaluation plan|
|Statement||by Amanda R. Hardy, [et al.]|
|Contributions||Fuller, Julie, Huijser, Marcel P., Kociolek, Angela, Evans, Meredith, Western Transportation Institute, Montana. Dept. of Transportation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
A review of thirteen different mitigation measures used by transportation agencies - such as warning signs, vegetation removal, fencing, wildlife crossing structures - to reduce WVCs (Huijser et al. ) indicated estimated effectiveness can vary from as low as a 26% reduction in WVCs (seasonal wildlife warning signs) to a % reduction in. Highway engineering and transportation planning have traditionally been highly compartmentalized activities in which various experts work separately on distinct aspects of a project. Yet wildlife crossing infrastructure cannot be planned this way for the simple reason that there is .
– Construction techniques for wildlife crossings t l u s e rn g i s •De – 42 wildlife crossings are planned throughout the corridor – Range from $28, for a pipe or box culvert to $ million for a wildlife over crossing – Five locations totaling about 14 miles of fencing to channel wildlife to crossing locations. Wildlife Crossing Structures, Fencing, and Other Highway Design Considerations. This chapter on wildlife crossing structures, fencing, and other highway design considerations is from a book on highways, wildlife, and habitat connectivity. They then review and synthesize current knowledge of North American wildlife crossing systems as Cited by:
A resource for mitigating the effects of roads on wildlife using wildlife crossings such as overpasses, underpasses, and crosswalks. This resource can be used to address the issues associated with wildlife corridors, habitat fragmentation, wildlife-vehicle collisions involving deer, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, carnivores, amphibians and reptiles, and small mammals, and other animals, and other. The work reflects promising trends. In recent years, wildlife crossings have increasingly become part of highway construction and upgrades. Along Route 93 in western Montana, dozens of wildlife underpasses and one overpass mark a mile stretch with a history of wildlife collisions.
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Main Content The People's Way US 93 - Wildlife Crossing Structures in Use. The US Highway 93 (US 93) reconstruction projects from Hamilton to Lolo in the south and Evaro to Polson in the north combined represent the most extensive wildlife-sensitive highway design and construction effort in both road length and number of crossing structures in North America.
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department of transportation federal highway administration january Evaluation of wildlife crossing structures and fencing on US Highway 93 Evaro to Polson: phase I: preconstruction data collection and finalization of evaluation plan: final report.
by Amanda R Hardy,Julie Fuller,Marcel P Huijser,Angela Kociolek,Meredith Evans,Western Transportation Institute, of Transportation. Thanks for Sharing. Phase I of this long-term project involves finalizing the research methodologies and collecting the baseline pre-construction data that will be needed to determine what effect US 93’s reconstruction installation of 42 wildlife crossing structures and fencing in 56 miles of highway have on the frequency of animal-vehicle collisions and successful animal crossings, and to ultimately identify.
The construction of the crossings and the evaluation of their effectiveness has provided invaluable insight into maintaining an ecological balance despite urban development.
For more info: The Missoulian CSKT Wildlife Crossing Page Evaluation of Wildlife Crossing Structures and Fencing on US Highway 93 Evaro to Polson (PDF). Evaluation of Wildlife Crossing Structures and Fencing on US Highway 93 Evaro to Polson Phase I: Preconstruction Data Collection and Finalization of Evaluation Plan [Final Report] Published Date: Abstract: The US 93 reconstruction project on the Flathead Indian Reservation in northwest Montana represents one of the most extensive Author: Marcel P.
Huijser, Whisper Camel, Elizabeth R. Fairbank, J. Purdum, Tiffany D.H. Allem, Amanda R. Evaluation of Wildlife Crossing Structures and Fencing on US Highway 93 Evaro to Polson Phase I: Preconstruction Data Collection and Finalization of Evaluation Plan [Final Report] Published Date: Up-to-Date Info: To Cited by: 6.
Design Considerations for Wildlife Crossings By Timothy Miller, Michael Jambor and Daniel Wasniak, P.E. The term “wildlife crossing” describes a variety of structures that are designed or retrofitted to provide safe passage for wildlife above or below a highway.
EVARO - The People's Way, otherwise known as U.S. Highway 93 as it passes through the Flathead Indian Reservation, very much caters to critters, too, it appears. Many folks like the moose story best.
The reconstruction of km of U.S. Highway 93 from Evaro to Polson, Montana, USA, includes 41 wildlife crossing structures and km of road with wildlife fencing.
Evaluation of wildlife crossing structures and fencing on US Highway 93 Evaro to Polson, phase I: preconstruction data collection and finalization of evaluation plan.
FHWA/MT /, Helena, MT. Lambeck, R.J. Focal species: A multi-species umbrella for nature conservation. Conservation Biology by integrating regulatory considerations in to the wildlife crossing evaluation process.
This manual is part of a larger Caltrans strategy to 1) catalog sources of information and knowledge about wildlife crossings, 2) generate, accumulate, and disseminate this information. Wildlife tend to have 4 types of fence avoidance behaviors: Pushing, digging, climbing, or jumping.
version--Innovative Approaches to Wildlife and Highway Interactions. Table modified from NCHRP “Evaluating the Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossing Structures”. Install fencing on both sides of the twinned highway to keep large animals from accessing the highway right-of-way.
Construct wildlife underpasses and overpasses to connect vital habitats and help sustain healthy wildlife populations by allowing animals to cross under or over the highway.
Tracking animal movement at the newly constructed. This guide is a product of the the Western Transportation Knowledge Network (WTKN), a diverse group of transportation organizations from AASHTO Region 4 focused on improving the access to transportation information, data and research to help the entire community.
Membership includes libraries representing state Departments of Transportation (DOTs), academic institutions, transit agencies Author: Laura Wilt. The construction of the crossings and the evaluation of their effectiveness has provided invaluable insight into maintaining an ecological balance despite urban development.
For more info: The Missoulian CSKT Wildlife Crossing Page Evaluation of Wildlife Crossing Structures and Fencing on US Highway 93 Evaro to Polson (PDF). Large mammals choose to use crossing structures on the busy U.S Highway 93 on Montana’s Flathead Indian Reservation, according to new research.
The structures appear to be particularly effective for deer, which researchers found used them “significantly more than could be expected” than the surrounding landscape. A mile reconstruction of U.S. Highway 93 currently under way between Evaro and Polson, Mont., on the Flathead Indian reservation includes more.
WILDLIFE CROSSING STRUCTURE HANDBOOK Design and Evaluation in North America Publication No. FHWA-CFL/TD March Central Federal Lands Highway Division West Dakota Avenue Lakewood, CO. The type of wildlife crossing that is appropriate for a given situation is a function of the species to be accommodated, land ownership patterns, highway capacity (i.e., number of lanes), and highway design standards pertaining to safety, slope, topography,File Size: 2MB.Wildlife Crossing Structure Handbook: Design and Evaluation in North America.
This handbook provides numerous solutions to wildlife-vehicle interactions by offering effective and safe wildlife crossing examples. It initially describes the critter crossing problem and justifies the need to solve it.Wildlife fencing in combination with wildlife crossing structures is commonly regarded as the most effective and robust strategy to reduce these types of collisions while also maintaining connectivity across highways for wildlife (review in Huijser et al., ).Cited by: