Yes, it does and it needs to happen more often in more places.
Road mortality is increasingly becoming the #1 killer of many species of herps in the wild (more roads = habitat fragmentation, which is the underlying killer), espically amphibians, who will often migrate to the same vernal ponds year after year. In fact, there is a population of turtles in Maryland, I believe, that is being threatened with extinction b/c the road mortality in this 3-5 mile stretch is killing them by the dozens. Turtles are even more suceptable to this, b/c they only start reproducing after many years (roughly a decade) of being hatched. That road is blocked in the spring as well.
Rome did not build a great empire by having meetings, they did it by killing all who opposed them.