Crisis Transportation Operations Initiative

Emergency transportation operations initiative
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Crisis Transportation Operations Initiative. Challenge. Bigger scale occurrences can influence individuals and transportation crosswise over whole locales; nationals rely on transportation for break and quick responseAggressively oversaw transportation is basic for reaction and recoveryThis requires gaining data quickly and scattering it quickly to responders and explorers.

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´╗┐Crisis Transportation Operations Initiative ITS JPO Lead : Linda Dodge Technical Lead : Vince Pearce, Office of Transportation Operations

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Challenge Larger-scale episodes can influence individuals and transportation crosswise over whole locales; subjects rely on transportation for escape and fast reaction Aggressively oversaw transportation is basic for reaction and recuperation This requires gaining data quickly and dispersing it quickly to responders and voyagers Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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Opportunity The exercises under this activity will: Assist responders (and the general population) by utilizing ITS to: Verify the way of an issue, distinguish a suitable reaction, and get the best possible hardware and faculty to the scene rapidly and wellbeing Provide viable explorer data amid real debacles Plan for, screen, and oversee real occurrences including departure Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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Milestone/End Product Using ITS to all the more successfully oversee real episodes, bringing about: Faster and better arranged reactions to real occurrences Shorter episode spans Reduced negative effect on framework More fast reclamation of typical travel conditions Using ITS to enhance administration of regular episodes Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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Roadmap Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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Program Plan/Approach The Initiative comprises of three stages Phase 1 : Reducing Size and Number of Evacuations Phase 2 : Improved Evacuation Management Phase 3 : Standards Facilitating Incident Response and Integration Duration of Initiative FY04-FY08 Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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Phase 1:Reducing Size and Number of Evacuations Goal: To essentially enhance the speed and viability of reaction by towing/recuperation and hazardous materials responders and enhance administration of episode scene and lines Actions: Enable preview of scene (sent by specialist on call for towing/recuperation/hazardous materials responders) Use CAPWIN (Capital Wireless Integrated system) as testbed Investigate advances that can be connected to occurrence scene movement control Investigate advances that can be helpful in case of a provincial biohazard occurrence Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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Phase 2: Improved Evacuation Management Goal: Provide the instruments, methodology, and data that can effectively oversee and speed up the protected advance of a clearing Actions: Develop the cutting edge departure arranging apparatus and original departure administration device Disaster-Related Application of ATIS Rapid Restoration of ITS Develop outline, establishment and upkeep direction for offices; join forces with makers of gear and administrators Rural Areas (evacuees may escape into country ranges) Need to oversee volume and furthermore aid come back to departure site Monitoring Evacuation Routes Infrastructure-and vehicle-based innovations Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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Phase 3: Standards Facilitating Incident Response and Integration Goal: Have working gauges accessible that bolster incorporated administration of all types of episodes, and exhibit the estimation of their utilization Actions: Center-to-Center Standards for Incident Management Testing, show, assessment, usage Data trade norms between transportation administrators and open wellbeing Partnership with US Department of Justice Harmonization of transportation occurrence administration guidelines with comparing Public Safety and Homeland Security models Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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Summary Major occurrence center Technologies Photo telephone Mini cams Probe information Evacuation administration programming Improved techniques Ready to go when Initiative finishes Broad advantages Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative

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