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Disaster recovery plan.

  • 2009-12-01

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      The San Francisco Bay Area and southern California are especially vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters, particularly earthquakes. In a major disaster, the existing transportation infrastructure is likely to incur extensive and severe damage, hampering response and recovery efforts. Caltrans is investigating ways to integrate general aviation, hospital heliports and regional military airports into a disaster response and recovery effort. To support California emergency response agencies in developing comprehensive, coordinated plans, we investigated national best practices in emergency response and recovery using general aviation airports, and examined how other agencies define the roles, responsibilities and relationships of general aviation airports and heliports during a regional emergency event.
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