The wildlife crossings on the M6 highway enable the free movement of animals and the passage of agricultural vehicles between the two sides of the expressway.

In terms of their structural system, they are composite bridges with steel main girders and reinforced concrete deck slabs. The cross-section width varies between 20-24 meters. Both the height of the steel main girders and the reinforced concrete slab are variable.

Due to the uninterrupted construction of the highway, auxiliary supports could not be used during the construction of the bridges, based on the contractor’s requirements. Four such structures were built on the M6 highway. The design of these crossings have later been utilized in numerous other highway constructions, even serving as plans for road crossings.