I stopped by and took a few photographs. The location is 39° 44′ 24.72″ N 105° 13′ 9.60″ W. (aka 39.7402, -105.219333)
This is the technology-enabled wildlife crossing; notice the overhead lights that increase the visibility in this area. Notice the big yellow warning signs, and the flashing lights (currently off) above and below them.
This is the only break in the high elk fence along this section of the road. Elk/deer soon learned to cross here.
The sensors detects a large body entering the crossing; at which point the system engages the flashing warning lights.
My daughter felt this posting was not complete without sharing a photograph of Elk. Here is an awesome one by Ranger Shaina (Shaina Niehans.)
Update: This wildlife crossing has been recorded.