Have you ever driven down a road and noticed animal bodies, flattened and lifeless, on the tarmac? Of course you have. Roadkill is so common in the modern, ‘developed’ world (that term is quite ironic), that there are those who have turned road-flattened animals into a culinary ingredient. 463 more words
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A boom in infrastructure and population has forced India’s wildlife to eke out a creative existence in an increasingly human-modified environment. Big cats such as the leopard are often spotted within large cities, on railway tracks, and sadly, on India’s burgeoning and sprawling road network. 6 more words
ROCHESTER, Minn. – MnDOT officials are looking at ways to boost electricity in some areas.
Recently MnDOT announced they would be accepting bids from electrical companies, along with solar installers, to lease what are know as right of way areas. 74 more words
Chennai, Oct. 21: Life-threatening consequences await patients if ambulances fail to reach hospitals on time. With water-logged roads, nonfunctioning signals, and broken trees obstructing the way, a journey that would originally take 10 minutes to complete now takes at least an hour. 319 more words