Research Plan’s Purpose 86 projects finished by NCHRP/TCRP 2001- 2010 (@ Cost of $9.8M) Which research deserves special deployment focus?
Implementation – The Big Picture Plan “Go-to” documents for any transportation agency; Comprehensive guidance on major elements of DOT all-hazards transportation security & emergency mgmt. program 5 “Fundamentals” Reports Helpful insights on individual elements of “big picture” topics 8 “High Priority” Reports Focus on niche topics; complementary information to Fundamentals or High Priority work 12 “Supporting” Reports
Categories of Research Reviewed Bridge and Tunnel Security-related Research, Risk Management-related Research, Transportation Agency-wide Security-related Research, Emergency Response Planning-related Research, and Continuity of Operations Planning-related Research.
5 “Fundamentals” Reports Blast Resistant Highway Bridges: Design and Detailing Guidelines Costing Asset Protection: An All Hazards Guide for Transportation Agencies Security Primer for Transportation Agencies Guide to Emergency Response Planning at State Transportation Agencies Continuity of Operations Planning Guidelines for Transportation Agencies
Blast Resistant Highway Bridges (2010) First-of-a-kind design guidance for improving structural performance of bridges in response to explosive loads
Costing Asset Protection: An All Hazards Guide for Transportation Agencies (CAPTA) (2009) Report/Microsoft® Excel spreadsheet-based planning method for helping users make system- wide capital and operating budget allocation decisions across modes that are informed by information about vulnerabilities in their individual transportation assets
Security 101: A Physical Security Primer for Transportation Agencies (2009) Introductory-level reference document that enhances transportation professionals’ working knowledge of security practices. For use primarily by those who are neither security professionals, nor well versed in security language
Guide to Emergency Response Planning at State Transportation Agencies (Forthcoming) A comprehensive guide to the emergency response process for owner-operators of surface transportation infrastructure, particularly state departments of transportation
Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) Guidelines for Transportation Agencies (2005) The multimodal Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) Guidelines for Transportation Agencies provide instructions for state and local highway and transit agencies on how to develop, implement, maintain, train for, and exercise COOP capabilities