Transportation (Under Construction)

Apr 15, 2014 (Last modified Mar 31, 2015)
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Reducing Road and Rail Kill in the Y2Y Region

Research in the Y2Y region shows that highways with high traffic volumes need to be fenced and bridged to prevent roadkill, and to allow wild animals safe passage to either side. Many highways in the Y2Y region exceed this threshold, but effective mitigation in these areas is still uncommon.

Wherever fencing and crossing structures have been built, amazing results have been achieved. Y2Y continues to work with partners to advance these efforts. Click here to learn more.

Y2Y Administrator. 2014. Transportation (Under Construction). In: Data Basin. [First published in Data Basin on Apr 15, 2014; Last Modified on Mar 31, 2015; Retrieved on Sep 28, 2021] <>

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Y2Y Administrator
Administrator with Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Intiative

Y2Y is a major Canadian-U.S. collaborative of over 450 conservation organizations, researchers, agencies, individuals, and other groups working to connect and protect habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.