Resources

Montanans for Safe Wildlife Passage advocates for innovative solutions to maintain habitat connectivity and provide safe passage for Montana’s people, fish, and wildlife.

We provide comments on short and long-term highway and road planning in order to ensure human safety and wildlife concerns are incorporated early-on in project planning. We also recently submitted a letter in response to the Montana Department of Transportation’s request for comment on the newly enacted federal transportation law: Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21).

Our comment letters are provided below:

Montana Department of Transportation 2013-2017 STIPApril 5, 2013

Tongue River Road Corridor Planning Study Comments  – November 30, 2012

Comments on Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) – August 24, 2012

Montana Departement of Transportation 2012-2016 STIP (State Transportation Improvement Plan – or short-range plan)April 6, 2012

Montana Forest Highway Long Range Transportation Coordination Plan (2011-2031)  – December 30, 2011