The ARC International Wildlife Crossing Infrastructure Design Competition has announced the top five finalist designs for a "next-generation wildlife crossing" at West Vail Pass, Colorado.

The ARC International Wildlife Crossing Infrastructure Design Competition has announced the top five finalist designs for a “next-generation wildlife crossing” at West Vail Pass, Colorado. The competition aims to address the lingering concern of safety and environmental sustainability as it pertains to humans and wildlife.

Bustler reports that collisions between vehicles and wildlife have increased by 50 percent in the past 15 years threatening human and wildlife safety, and costing Americans $8 billion dollars annually. The finalists:

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