CDOT, Parks and Wildlife work to make roads safer for animals, drivers
CASTLE ROCK, Colo. -- With daylight saving time about to end, the sun will go down right during rush hour. The new season has Colorado Parks and Wildlife alerting drivers to the dangers of animals on the roadways, especially since wildlife tends to be out at dusk and dawn. To try and help mitigate crashes, CDOT is putting in wildlife crossings as a part of the I-25 Gap Project.