2016 Wildlife-Vehicle Hotspots Report

This new report uses crash and carcass data from 2015 and 2016 to find the hotspots on state highways for wildlife-vehicle collisions. We also total the damage from these collisions (e.g., damage to vehicles, emeergency response, medical expenses, etc.) and found that for 2016, the total cost was $276 million for California, up 20% from 2015.