Highway 26 alignment in Ontario looks out for deer February 21, 2013 Canada

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Highway 26 alignment in Ontario looks out for deer February 21, 2013 Canada, Daily Commercial News
... Controlling the movement of deer was a major design and planning issue in the soon-to-be-completed construction ... The crossings are two 8.5-metre-wide, 3.25-metre-high culverts. To make deer feel safe and allow them to see to the other side and also to spot predators, the median of the highway was left open at the culverts to allow natural light into the passage.  “This (the open median) is more inviting for deer to move from one side of the highway to the other.” ...

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