The Montana Department of Transportation has released the final report for “US 93 North Post-Construction Wildlife Vehicle Collision and Wildlife Crossing Montioring on the Flathead Indian Reservation Between Evaro and Polson, Montana.” This report summarizes 14 years of research conducted between 2002 and 2015. The research focused on the effectiveness of the wildlife crossing structures installed along 56 miles of US 93, aimed at reducing collisions with large mammals. The study also documented how often the crossing structures were used by wildlife, specifically by white-tailed deer, mule deer, and black bear. Finally, the researchers conducted cost-benefit analyses and formulated recommendations. Principal Investigator Marcel Huijser led the research for all 14 years, in partnership with numerous past and present WTI researchers, including Amanda Hardy, Tiffany Allen, and James Begley. In addition, Whisper Camel-Means (a former WTI graduate fellowship student) and her colleagues at the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes were key contributors.