WTI News

Headshot portrait of Melissa Schaak 2020
Staff
Carla Little

New Staff at LTAP

Welcome to Melissa Schaak, who recently joined the Montana Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) as a Program Coordinator II.  Melissa will manage the LTAP main

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Wildlife crossing sign next to to freeway in rural hilly location.
In The News
Carla Little

Road Ecology in the News

When Road Ecology issues are in the news, so are our researchers! The Revelator interviewed WTI Research Scientist Tony Clevenger for the article “Road to

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WEBINAR: Unpaving Guide

The National Center for Rural Road Safety Center is hosting a FREE, 1.5-hour online webinar, which will feature information on converting distressed paved roads to

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Group photo of eight WTI staff members at rural transportation workshop
Event
Carla Little

Postcards from TRB

Fourteen WTI researchers, affiliated faculty, fellows, and staff have returned from a busy and productive week at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting in

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headshot portrait of Andrea Hamre in 2020
News
Carla Little

New Year, New Staff!

WTI is pleased to welcome Andrea Hamre, Ph.D. as a Research Associate in the Mobility and Public Transportation Program. With expertise in transportation demand management,

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two deer crossing a two-lane highway through a forest
Publication
Carla Little

New Publications from Road Ecology

Interested in Road Ecology research? Check out these recent and upcoming publications. WOLVERINE TRAPPING: The Journal of Wildlife Management has published “The Sustainability of Wolverine

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Portrait of Transportation Fellow Nathan Begay on outdoor balcony overlooking parklands
Staff
Carla Little

Meet the Fellows!

The newest Fellow participating in the Public Lands Transportation Fellows program is Nathan Begay, who started working at the Valle de Oro Urban Wildlife Refuge

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headshot of Danae Giannetti in 2019
Staff
Carla Little

WTI Welcomes New Researchers

This summer, WTI welcomed two new researchers who will provide multi-disciplinary expertise and support across several program areas. Matthew Bell is a new Research Associate,

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