Morgan target area for deer–vehicle collision study March 29, 2012 Georgia

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Morgan target area for deer–vehicle collision study March 29, 2012 Georgia, Morgan County Citizen

... researches from the University of Georgia and the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) ... will study a five-mile stretch of I-20 ... they will install a wire outrigger along the top of the existing four-foot right-of-way fence and then monitor the deer for an additional year... there are a lot of variables that go into deer-vehicle collisions, including traffic volume, speed and also the way that the road is in relation to wooded areas. Deer are more likely to cross where there's woods on both sides of the road.

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