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Chapter 3: The Tool 11 3.2.4 Criteria Group 4: Locations Based on an assessment of your operation's vulnerabilities (i.e., potential consequences and target accessibility), particular locations in or near your operation may be identified as being more or less vulnerable to attack. After each location description below, indicate the relative importance of implementing additional security measures in the location area. Enter "0" for loca- tions listed that are not applicable to your operations. 0 = not important 3 = moderate importance 1 = low importance 4 = moderate to high importance 2 = low to moderate importance 5 = high importance Importance Locations (0 5) Beyond Boundary (Shoreside): Access routes to the ferry system, adjacent assets that can be used as means for affecting an event (e.g., stored fuel), tall structures that can be used as observation and planning sites, etc. Facility Perimeter: The shoreside property boundary. Vehicle Parking: Shoreside areas for vehicle parking, particularly public parking areas near ferry operations. Vehicle Holding: Shoreside areas for parking and screening vehicles prior to loading them onto a ferry Passenger Waiting: Shoreside areas for passengers, including ticketing and passenger screening areas. Terminal Operation: Shoreside areas for operation control that are not for general passengers. Adjacent Ferry (Shoreside): Shoreside area within approximately 30 feet of ferry vessels. Adjacent Ferry (Waterside): Waterside area within approximately 30 feet of ferry vessels. On-Board (Non-Restricted): Passenger areas on-board the ferry. On-Board (Restricted): Areas on-board the ferry that are not to have passenger access. In Transit: Areas surrounding a ferry while it is operating on a route or otherwise in transit.