It’s a freeway used by thousands of people on the South Coast every day.
The 23 Freeway in Ventura County also had the dubious reputation of being one of the deadliest for wildlife in the area, because it slices through some of their prime habitat.
Now, a study involving Caltrans, and the National Park Service shows a unique effort to create some safe freeway crossings for wildlife is making a big difference.
KCLU’s Lance Orozco has the story.
Click on link to listen to/download story: 23 Freeway Wildlife Corridor Study