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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-08-034
Date: August 2008
Wildlife-Vehicle Collision Reduction Study: Report To Congress
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The authors wish to thank the project committee members, Brian Allen, Dennis Durbin, Paul Garrett, Mary Gray, Carol Tan, Michael Trentacoste, and Abdul Zineddin, for their help and support for this project.
The authors would also like to thank the Technical Working Group for volunteering their time to help make a better product: Bill Branch, Michael Pawlovich, Scott Jackson, Susan Hagood, Brent Haglund, Sandy Jacobson, and Keith Knapp.
Special thanks to Dr. Yusuf Mohamedshah from HSIS, who was vital in the preparation of this report. He promptly addressed requests for data and provided valuable technical assistance as questions arose.
The authors would also like to thank Matthew Aresco, Claiborne Barnwell, Phil Delphey, Paul Garrett, Mary Gray, Susan Hagood, Dave Johnston, Trevor Kinley, Frank Mazzotti, Bruce Means, Alison Michael, Kathleen Misajon, David Nelson, John Palis, Bruce Porter, Dan Smith, and Brian Yanchik for sharing their expertise with regard to specific species.
In addition, thanks go out to the technical editors and reviewers at WTI and Louis-Berger: Carol Diffendaffer, Carla Little, Catherine Heidkamp, Jerry Stephens, and Edward Samanns as well as to Susan Gallagher and James Mehlos at WTI for assistance with the annotated bibliography.
Topics: research, human factors, natural environment
Keywords: research, safety, Animal-vehicle collisions, Deer-vehicle collisions, Endangered and threatened species, Wildlife fencing, Wildlife crossing structures, Wildlife overpasses, Wildlife underpasses, Wildlife-vehicle collisions
TRT Terms: Teenage automobile drivers--United States, Traffic engineering--United States, Roads--United States--Design and construction, Highway design, Highway operations, Teenage drivers