Matt Madsen Interviewed in Explore Big Sky
WTI Researcher Matt Madsen, along with the Big Sky Community Organization (BSCO), is spearheading a traffic calming project in the heart of Big Sky, Montana. Madsen describes the upcoming project in the Explore Big Sky article “Traffic calming project set for Ousel Falls Road,” as well as participation opportunities for interested community members. “Community engagement with these projects is very important, especially because traffic calming will be in high-traffic areas,” said Madsen. “We want people to be aware of what is going on, and the reasons behind it.”
Read the full Explore Big Sky article here.
Wildlife Connectivity and Animal-Vehicle Collision Reduction Project Sparking Public Interest
Online news organization Explore Big Sky highlighted WTI’s $1.2 million dollar wildlife connectivity and animal-vehicle collision mitigation project, TPF-5, in multiple March publications. The articles include comments from WTI Executive Director David Kack, Researcher Matthew Bell, and Road Ecology Program Manager Rob Ament on the scope and impact of the research and reports.
Read Wildlife crossings don’t have to be so pricy here.
Read Montana State University releases reports on wildlife crossing structures here.
Learn more about TPF-5 here.