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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and FEMA are co-sponsoring an effort to modernize technology components of the NHP. One of these components is the Hurricane Evacuation Study (HES), which addresses planning and impact assessments for coastal regions. This study assesses the vulnerability of critical infrastructure and population to hurricane hazards, taking into account the local population’s typical behavior and provides guidance to local emergency managers for evacuating at-risk population to shelters or other destinations.
|National Hurricane Program Technology Modernization Hurricane Evacuation Study Tool Fact Sheet||126.18 KB|
Last Published Date: January 26, 2016