Road ecology blog: Speed reduction zone for wildlife, Misiones, Argentina

January 11, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Speed reduction zone for wildlife, Puerto Iguazú, near Parque Nacional Iguazú, Misiones, Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. There are multiple of these speed management zones in the area. They are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone.

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Speed reduction zone for wildlife,ArgentinaSpeed reduction zone for wildlife,ArgentinaSpeed reduction zone for wildlife, 40 km per hour, Puerto Iguazú, Parque Nacional Iguazú, Misiones, Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. These speed management zones are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone. Speed reduction zone for wildlife,ArgentinaSpeed reduction zone for wildlife,ArgentinaSpeed reduction zone for wildlife, 40 km per hour, Puerto Iguazú, Parque Nacional Iguazú,
Misiones,
Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. These speed management zones are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone.
Speed reduction zone for wildlife,ArgentinaSpeed reduction zone for wildlife,ArgentinaSpeed reduction zone for wildlife, 40 km per hour, Puerto Iguazú, Parque Nacional Iguazú,
Misiones,
Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. These speed management zones are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone.
Speed reduction zone for wildlife,ArgentinaSpeed reduction zone for wildlife,ArgentinaSpeed reduction zone for wildlife, 40 km per hour, Puerto Iguazú, Parque Nacional Iguazú,
Misiones,
Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. These speed management zones are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone.
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Misiones,
Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. These speed management zones are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone.
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Misiones,
Argentina
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Misiones,
Argentina
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Misiones,
Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. These speed management zones are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone.
Speed reduction zone for wildlife, 60 km per hour, Puerto IguazSpeed reduction zone for wildlife, 60 km per hour, Puerto IguazSpeed reduction zone for wildlife, 60 km per hour, Puerto Iguazú, Parque Nacional Iguazú,
Misiones,
Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. These speed management zones are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone.
Speed reduction zone for wildlife, 40 km per hour, Puerto IguazSpeed reduction zone for wildlife, 40 km per hour, Puerto IguazSpeed reduction zone for wildlife, 40 km per hour, Puerto Iguazú, Parque Nacional Iguazú,
Misiones,
Argentina. The posted maximum speed limit drops down to 60 km per hour, then 40 km per hour. These speed management zones are in low lying areas which is habitat of South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). There are also rumble strips and cones to increase attention by drivers and to reduce passing in the speed management zone.


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