Animal Vehicle Countermeasures

Animal vehicle countermeasures are strategies to reduce the number of animal-vehicle interactions on roadways. Animal-vehicle collisions occur at a higher rate in rural areas due to increased wildlife populations and activity, reduced lighting, and reduced roadside visibility. Numerous countermeasures are available, including animal detection systems, warning signs, roadside fencing, wildlife overpasses, and improved lighting.

This section provides resources and trainings on effective methods to help reduce animal-vehicle collisions.

Training

A Review of the Effectiveness of Mitigation Measures that Seek to Reduce Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions

This webinar presented the latest information on the relative effectiveness of mitigation measures that seek to reduce animal-vehicle collisions (AVCs). There a ... [ Read More » ]

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Research

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