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Old May 15th, 2008, 07:08 PM   #41
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i've seen a few polish ecoducts here, and now i found this, a map of the important main corridors in poland.



and one of the czech republic,



and a dutch version

(main project in the Netherslands is called EHS, it starts from almost the excact center of holland (the Oostvaardersplassen), on the left site from amsterdam in the big polder. If you follow the yellow arrows you can see the ecological highway up to germany. acros most highways acros this area ecoducts are planned, thats quite a few in the next coming years.

and some more on this linkhttp://www.seenet.info/html/maps/Eco...etworkMaps.php

i'm sure that a lot of these corridors still are being blocked by numberous highways, railways, or others.
i suppose that the ecoducts seen before folow these main corridors. Not all european countries are cooperating with this project and that's a pity, but many will follow.

i guess this are cooperating countries but i'm not sure about that, that would mean that poland is only working on national corridors, still a good thing however. follow this link for the map.http://www.seenet.info/images/Maps/o...cal%20network%


when the project continues, it can expand to a bigger network of ecologicall highways between all main ecological area's as anybody knows.

main concern about this all are the deseases wich animals could bring with them

it's like dealing with congestion, making better connections, lane expansion, etc. so what are the most important congestion point in your country, wich could be quite easy to overhelp with just a ecoduct (still quite expensve however), if someone got other maps of ecological highways, show them. in that way, it will be more visible were, and why the bridges are build, or still needed to build, and make us a route map or so.

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Old May 15th, 2008, 07:12 PM   #42
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oops, maps are quite oversized. somebody knows how to sgale it down?
here a link for a pan european map,
http://www.seenet.info/images/Maps/o...ork%20maps.JPG

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Old May 15th, 2008, 09:52 PM   #43
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It's interesting, that I didn't see any such ecoduct anywhere in Germany even on new autobahns or recently reconstructed ones.
Wich motorway have you driven?
There's a lot of ecoducts in Germany, here are just some I can remenber:
A1: new one south of AK Wittlich
A2: east of Magdeburg (over 2x3)
A3: u.c. south of Würzburg
A4: east of Dresden
A11 has a new one
A14: near Schwerin
A20: 8 ecoducts!
A21 u.c. near Neumünster
A71: 3 ecoducts
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Old May 15th, 2008, 09:55 PM   #44
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par example, europe's widest green bridge here, in switzerland

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A2 in Slovenia by Novo mesto:

What's your definition of ecoduct or green bridge?
I call these two tunnels.
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Old May 15th, 2008, 10:27 PM   #45
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There's a lot of ecoducts in Germany, here are just some I can remenber:
A11 has a new one
Szczecin --> Berlin











Berlin --> Szczecin







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Old May 15th, 2008, 11:11 PM   #46
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What's your definition of ecoduct or green bridge?
I call these two tunnels.
But these two don't really pass under anything particular. They built them on purpose just to connect both sides of 'nature'.
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Old May 16th, 2008, 12:05 AM   #47
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What's your definition of ecoduct or green bridge?
I call these two tunnels.
Actually that one in Slovenia (about 300 m long) functions also as a deposit for unused material and also makes big cut in the hill more bearable in ecological mean. So it functions also as an ecoduct.

And yes, I didn't drive on mentioned autobahns, but still no ecoducts exist between Berlin and München and as I know, MÜ-Hamburg and MÜ-Stuttgart direction there is none, although many parts are reconstructed and cut really beautiful nature.
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oops, maps are quite oversized. somebody knows how to sgale it down?
Microsoft Image resizer. Very useful and very simple.
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