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Why Texas animals have dedicated crossings throughout the state now
by Ariana Garcia
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11 September 2023
On 11 September 2023 Chron reported:
Throughout the Lone Star State [Texas], bridges made for wildlife have been popping up along major stretches of highway since the 1990s -- and more are on the way. To date, the Texas Department of Transportation has built 32 wildlife crossings to help keep both drivers and animals -- especially species that are endangered -- safe on the road. In August, TxDOT applied for a federal grant funding from the Wildlife Crossings Pilot Program for two more locations to protect the wild animals.
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