The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service intends to issue a Single Source award to Montana State University; this is not an application process. Through this agreement with Montana State University (MSU), USFWS requests that the Western Transportation Institute (WTI) at MSU assist the USFWS with a host of workforce development, training, and technical assistance services for complexes and refuges located within the United States and to support its international programs. These technical services will support the overarching approach described above. Specifically, these services will help USFWS to: -Identify the needs of the millennial generationďż˝ďż˝ďż˝s refuge visitation and its impacts. -Understand millennial generation mobility and alternative transportation system preferences. -Identify, support, and mentor potential transportation scholars. -Provide road ecology technical road assistance for refuges to protect wildlife, water resources, fish passages, and habitats. -Support ARC Solutionsďż˝ďż˝ďż˝ (animal road crossings) technology transfer, materials and outreach with refuges and other potential wildlife oriented partners. -Support access to transportation training and information resources of specific interest to federal land agency personnel. -Conduct a national survey on wildlife and roads in the refuges to identify wildlife vehicle collision and habitat connectivity needs and potential strategies to address them. -Investigate international partnerships to exchange wildlife mitigation solutions and road ecology best practices worldwide.