TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 525, Vol. 13: A Guide to Traffic Control of Rural Roads in an Agricultural Emergency explores recommended practices and procedures associated with traffic control on local and state roads during agricultural emergencies. The report examines three levels of traffic control based on the type of disease and location of the traffic control point.
In the development of the NCHRP Report 525, Vol. 13, an annotated bibliography was prepared that reviews several state emergency response plans. This bibliography was published as NCHRP Web-Only Document 130.
NCHRP Report 525: Surface Transportation Security is a series in which relevant information is assembled into single, concise volumes?each pertaining to a specific security problem and closely related issues. The volumes focus on the concerns that transportation agencies are addressing when developing programs in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the anthrax attacks that followed. Future volumes of the report will be issued as they are completed.
A PowerPoint presentation describing the project is available online.
Table of Contents
|1.1 History of Agroterrorism in the United States||1-1|
|1.3 Organization of the Guide||2-2|
|1.4 Foreign Plant Diseases and Foreign Animal Diseases||3-3|
|2.1 Phase 1: Planning||4-6|
|2.2 Phase 2: Initial Response||7-7|
|2.3 Phase 3: Long-Term Response||8-8|
|3.1 Incident Command System||9-11|
|3.2 Resource Management||12-13|
|3.4 Emergency Management Assistance Compacts||14-14|
|3.6 Standard Operating Guidelines||15-15|
|4.1 Levels of Traffic Control||16-16|
|4.2 Hypothetical Scenario||17-21|
|4.5 Traffic Control Plans||22-29|
|5.1 Recommended Biosecurity Procedures||30-30|
|5.2 Additional Resources||31-32|
|Appendix A - Agroterrorism Policy Background||34-35|
|Appendix B - Terminology||36-37|
|Abbreviations used without definitions in TRB publications||38-38|
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