Wildlife-Triggered Warning Lights, Signs Tested In Golden August 10, 2011 Colorado

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Wildlife-Triggered Warning Lights, Signs Tested In Golden August 10, 2011 Colorado, KMGH Denver

CDOT has installed an 8-foot-tall deer fence along a 2.5-mile stretch of West Sixth Avenue between Heritage Road and 19th Street. The fence has a single opening that funnels animals to a deer crossing. Infrared sensors detect when an animal enters the right of way. The sensors then activate flashing lights to warn motorists that an animal or animals may be present....Infrared sensors detect when an animal enters the right of way. The sensors then activate flashing lights to warn motorists that an animal or animals may be present.... the effort appears to be working in Golden...

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