The long anticipated wildlife crossing over the 101 Freeway between Agoura Hills and Calabasas is scheduled to break ground in 2021. We’ve just gotten some incredible footage of what the outcome may look like.

The video above is from Parley’s Canyon, Utah, where officials have erected a $5 million wildlife crossing over Interstate 80, allowing animals to safely cross over. The video shows moose, deer, wild cats, and chipmunks traversing the rock-strewn path day and night.

“It’s working!,” the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources exclaimed on its Facebook page. “Thanks to the Utah Department of Transportation and Utah State University for monitoring the Parleys Canyon wildlife overpass this year. As you can see, the 2nd year of this overpass has been successful at helping wildlife safely migrate over busy Interstate 80 and helping motorists be much safer as well.”

The Southern California crossing will be 165 feet wide and will span 10 feet over 10 lanes of the 101 Freeway at Liberty Canyon Road, making it the largest of its kind. The plans released last month call for oak and willow trees and an eventual canopy that will provide shelter for the animals. The structure is the result of a public-private partnership that includes Caltrans, the National Park Service, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains, and the National Wildlife Federation. The cost estimate to build is $87 million.