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The Alberta Wildlife Watch Program collects and analyzes data on animal-vehicle collisions throughout Alberta to:
- reduce animal-vehicle collisions (AVCs) on provincial highways
- improve driver safety
- minimize the impacts of highways on wildlife populations
The program identifies AVC-prone locations to:
- provides high-quality data for effective decision-making
- informs the development of Alberta Transportation policies and standards
- allow for innovation
- evaluate the effectiveness of long-term mitigation activities
- Appendix A - Data Collection (PDF, 14 MB)
- Appendix B - Data and User Management Analysis (PDF, 12 MB)
- Appendix C - Mitigation Data Repository (PDF, 13 MB)
- Appendix D - Mitigation and Monitoring (PDF, 13 MB)
- Appendix E - Regional and Provincial Reporting (PDF, 10 MB)
- Appendix F - Stakeholder and Principal Contributor Engagement Plan (PDF, 10 MB)
- Appendix G - Mitigation Planning and Design (PDF, 13 MB)
- Appendix H - AWW Program Evaluation (PDF, 11 MB)
- AWW Application User Guide Poster (PDF, 3 MB)
- AWW Smartphone Application User Guide (PDF, 8 MB)
- Alberta Wildlife Guide for Alberta's Roadways
To connect with the Environmental Regulation section:
2nd Floor, Twin Atria building
4999 98 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T6B 2X3
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