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See 2018 Report on California wildlife-vehicle collisions, excerpt
“San Francisco Bay Area, Regional Highway Hotspots – There are segments of highways that have high enough rates of WVC that if safety projects, such as fencing and wildlife crossings, were undertaken, they would pay for themselves through reduced WVC. This is especially true for I-280, the fencing of which would pay for itself in less than 1 year due to reduced WVC, property damage and driver injury. Many major WVC hotspot areas have no planned highway projects, but projects should be planned to reduce risk and harm.”