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Wildlife-vehicle collision and crossing mitigation measures

Marcel P. Huijser

Wildlife-vehicle collision and crossing mitigation measures

a toolbox for the Montana Department of Transportation

by Marcel P. Huijser

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Published by Montana Dept. of Transportation in Helena, Mont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Traffic safety and wildlife,
  • Cost effectiveness,
  • Wildlife crossings

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby M.P. Huijser, ... [et al.].
    ContributionsKociolek, A., McGowen, P., Hardy, A., Clevenger, A. P., Ament, R., Montana. Dept. of Transportation, Western Transportation Institute
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 112 p. :
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25509146M
    OCLC/WorldCa133466106

    Planning and prioritization strategies for phased highway mitigation using wildlife-vehicle collision data Article in Wildlife Biology 17(Sep ) October with Reads. Crossing Structures and Mitigation Strategies Many mitigation measures can be taken to connect habitats and wildlife populations and increase motorist safety while lowering wildlife mortality. Iuell et al. () summarized these measures into five categories: Wildlife overpasses. Wildlife Size: 2MB.

    strategies for phased highway mitigation using wildlife-vehicle collision data. Wildlife Biology. Conservation value of wildlife crossings: measures of performance and research directions. Clevenger, A.P., Chruszcz, B., Gunson, K. Highway mitigation fencing reduces wildlife-vehicle collisions. Wildlife Society Bulletin Best Practices Manual, Wildlife-vehicle collision reduction study (Huijser at al. ). Figure 8: Several types of wildlife fences: To p - a standard fence, Centre - a high fence with an extra Author: David Magintan.

    US 93 Post-Construction Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Wildlife Crossing Monitoring and Research Article Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Measures: A Literature Review for Blaine. Wildlife Vehicle Collision Training. This training is based on the findings of the Wildlife Vehicle Collision Reduction Study: Report to Congress and the Best Practices Manual developed from that study. The manual, which is the textbook for the course, may be accessed at: Best Practices Manual—Animal/Vehicle Collision Reduction.


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Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Measures: A Literature Review for Parks Canada, Kootenay National Park. M.P. Huijser, PhD, Research Ecologist and. Wildlife-vehicle collision and Crossing mitigation measures: A Toolbox for the Montana Department of Transportation.

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Huijser and Angela V. Kociolek}, title = {Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Measures: A Literature Review for Blaine County, Idaho}, year = {}}. Wildlife-Vehicle Crossing Mitigation Measures Literature Review Review of Detection Systems Western Transportation Institute 8.

Minor reductions in vehicle speeds may not seem meaningful, but the relationship between vehicle speed and the risk of fatal accidents (for humans) is exponential (Kloeden et al., ). Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Wildlife-vehicle collision and crossing mitigation measures book Mitigation Measures: A Literature Review for Parks Canada, Kootenay National Park.

This report reviews mitigation measures aimed at reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions (WVCs) and at maintaining or improving habitat connectivity for wildlife.

Wildlife-Highway Crossing Mitigation Measures Disclaimer Western Transportation Institute iii DISCLAIMER This document is disseminated under the sponsorship of the Montana Department of Transportation in the interest of information exchange.

The State of Montana assumes no liability of its contents or use thereof. Full text of "Wildlife-vehicle collision and crossing mitigation measures: a toolbox for the Montana Department of Transportation" See other formats.

Wildlife-Vehicle Collision Mitigation on State Route Mogollon Rim to Show Low SPR August Prepared by: Jeffrey W. Gagnon, Chad D. Loberger, Scott C. Sprague, Susan R. Boe, Kari S. Ogren, and Raymond E. Schweinsburg Arizona Game and Fish Department Wildlife Contracts Branch West Carefree Highway Phoenix, AZ Published by:File Size: 6MB.

When wildlife crossing structures are designed for motorist safety, the target species typically are large ungulates such as moose, elk or deer. Other wildlife crossings are designed for species with high conservation concern, such as salamanders, desert tortoises, flying squirrels or kit foxes.

Wildlife-vehicle Collision Mitigation in New Mexico Common Trends in Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions for future wildlife-vehicle collision mitigation measures • At least one Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) application must be submitted in File Size: 7MB.

Wildlife-vehicle collision and crossing mitigation measures: a toolbox for the Montana Department of Transportation by Huijser, Marcel P.(Marcel Pieter),A Kociolek,P McGowen,A Hardy,A.

P Clevenger,R Ament, of Transportation,Western Transportation Institute. Wildlife–vehicle collision (WVC) hotspots were mapped, and the spatial frequencies were analysed with Poisson regression. Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Measures: A.

- A look at (primarily) the wildlife-highway interface and how transportation agencies try to mitigate hazards & protect both animals and humans. Some inclusion of air, rail, and water transport as well. See more ideas about Wildlife, Transportation and Animals pins.

Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Measures: A Toolbox for the Montana Department of Transportation This report reviews 39 mitigation measures that reduce animal-vehicle collisions and that provide habitat connectivity for wildlife across highways.

Wildlife- Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Measures: A Toolbox for the Montana Department of Transportation. Montana Department of Transportation Report No. FHWA/MT/ Prepared by the Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT. Wildlife-vehicle collision and crossing mitigation measures: a toolbox for the Montana Department of Transportation.

[Marcel P Huijser; Montana. Department of Transportation. Measures that aim at changing the animals` behavior (such as mirrors and reflectors) have for the most part no (long term) effects. Improved vehicle crashworthiness can reduce the severity of vehicle-wildlife collisions. Crash mitigation effects of active vehicle safety measures have.

how best to prevent wildlife–vehicle collisions from occurring. Wildlife–vehicle collision mitigation measures range widely in both cost and effectiveness.

Highway crossing structures such as overpasses and underpasses, when coupled with extensive wildlife-exclusion fencing to funnel animals toward the crossings, typically reduce wildlife. Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Measures: A Literature Review for Blaine County, Idaho By Marcel P.

Huijser and Angela V. Kociolek AbstractAuthor: Marcel P. Huijser and Angela V. Kociolek. Many of the WVC mitigation measures discussed in this paper focus on spot or corridor solutions where WVCs are already a problem on existing roadways.

However, integration of transportation planning and wildlife management on a regional level can impact WVCs.Unknown: Mitigation measures that have not been tried or that have been tried, but not for WVC reduction, were not implemented correctly, or are only recently being tried. Failed: Mitigation measures that have been used in one or more locations and for which properly designed evaluations have been conducted and show them NOT to be effective.The mitigation measures were aimed at improving safety for the traveling public through reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions and allowing wildlife to continue to move across the road.