U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration 2007 Emergencies can occur at any time and at any place. The September 11 (or 9/11), 2001, attacks on the high profile World Trade Center (WTC) in New York City and the Pentagon in the Washington, D.C. area, made real the impact of an unexpected, or “no-notice,” event.. read more →

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 2007 Abstract: The NFPA Emergency Evacuation Planning Guide for People with Disabilities was developed in response to the emphasis that has been placed the need to properly address the emergency procedures needs of the disability community. This Guide addresses the needs, criteria, and minimum information necessary to integrate the proper.. read more →

University of Tennessee Law Enforcement Innovation Center Participant Manual May 2007 This course is designed to address the technical aspects of detecting, deterring, preventing, mitigating and responding to a CBRNE incident at a transit system facility and conveyances. As such, it provides detailed information through presentations and practical exercises requiring participants to demonstrate skills obtained.. read more →

Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. 2006 The purpose of this document is to outline a concept of operations for transportation management during a no-notice emergency evacuation. This report will illustrate how agencies interact with each other, what information is shared, and how transportation systems are effectively managed during disasters.  View Report read more →

This tenth volume of TCRP Report 86: Public Transportation Security will assist rural, small urban, and community-based passenger transportation agencies in creating hazard and security plans or evaluating and modifying existing plans, policies, and procedures consistent with the National Incident Management System (NIMS).  View PDF read more →

Federal Transit Administration (FTA); 2006 The federal government, including the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Office of Grants and Training (OGT), and transit agencies continue to prepare for the occurrence of a terrorist attack or any other significant emergency.  View PDF read more →

Course Participant Guide September 2005 K&J Safety and Security Consulting Services To understand why a Threat & Vulnerability Assessment (TVA) is necessary for transit. read more →