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Emergency Transportation Relief: Agencies Could Improve Collaboration Begun during Hurricane Sandy Response
David Wise (au)
In Oct. 2012, Hurricane Sandy devastated portions of the Mid-Atlantic coast causing severe damage to transit facilities and infrastructure and disrupting mobility in the N.Y. metropolitan region. In Jan. 2013, the President signed the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act (DRAA), which provided approx. $50.5 billion in federal aid for expenses related to Hurricane Sandy. This report addresses (1) the progress the Dept. of Transportation (DOT) has made allocating, obligating, and disbursing DRAA surface transportation funds; (2) how the Federal Transit Admin.劌製 (FTA劌製) new Public Transportation Emergency Relief program compares to Federal Emergency Mngt. Agency劌製 (FEMA劌製) and Federal Highway Admin.劌製 (FHWA劌製) emergency relief programs; and (3) the extent to which FTA and FEMA have implemented their memorandum of agreement to coordinate their roles and responsibilities when providing assistance to transit agencies. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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