Since the days of the Roman empire, there are aqueducts, leading water across roads.
Now, near Rouveen village, in the Olde Maten area near the Weerribben nature reserve in the Netherlands, there is the first eco-acqueduct leading nature reserve water across a canal, enabling water animals, land animals and people to pass safely the canal and a road.
Which will be inaugurated next week. The Forestry Commission has been working for ten years at corridors for Meinweg adders. This tunnel, which is the final step, will go under the main road in the park.
The tunnel is about 8 meter long and 80 cm wide.
Getting Wildlife (Safely) to the Other Side of the Road: here.