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President Solís pledges to repair road to Monteverde by next year

The 17.5-kilometer stretch of Route 606 between Guacimal and Santa Elena, Monteverde is slated for completion in September 2018.

Costa Rica utility company helps protect wildlife along 250 km of power lines

The Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) reported that in the past 24 months invested ₡250 million ($460,000) in wildlife protection measures mostly to avoid animals from dying by electrical discharges when trying to cross using power lines.

New traffic signs aim to reduce wildlife deaths on Costa Rica’s roads

A UCR study in the Pacific region found the animals most affected by speeding motorists were anteaters, raccoons, ocelots, mice, foxes and vultures. Similar investigations have found dead tapirs, sloths, ocelots, otters, snakes and frogs on major routes in the provinces of Guanacaste, San José and Limón.

Drivers: Slow down and help reduce wildlife deaths on highways, says university study

Research by the University of Costa Rica’s (UCR) Ecotourism School has found that speeding drivers are the main cause of death of wildlife on roads in Costa Rica's Pacific region.

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