Reestablishment of Transport Systems After an Earthquake and Establishment of Lifeline Systems

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Scales, John Carter
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2012-08-13T10:31:23Z
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2012-08-13T10:31:23Z
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dc.date.issued
2010-12
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/10136
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Social order relies on a complex network of infrastructure lifeline systems. When a disaster strikes, restoring lifeline systems is at the heart of restoring social organization. At the center of lifelines is a multimodal transport system. Highways are among the oldest of lifelines. There are generally significant impacts to transport lifeline systems earthquake. These systems can often be interrupted and destroyed as a result of landslides, failed bridges, geographic proximity to a fault line, and liquefaction. Bridges are usually the most vulnerable link. Reestablishment of lifelines after an earthquake is an extremely complex process. Networks of transport, utilities, communications, and other lifeline systems are all interdependent. All entities can benefit from a detailed evaluation of the reestablishment processes earthquake. This reduces the timelines associated with reconstruction and shows the optimal processes for the future.
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English
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EAP DRM Knowledge Notes; No. 6
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CC BY 3.0 Unported
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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ACCELERATION
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ALTERNATE ROUTES
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BRIDGE
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BRIDGES
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CARS
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CATASTROPHIC EVENTS
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CELLULAR PHONES
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COMMUTER RAIL
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COMMUTER RAIL LINE
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COMMUTERS
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COMMUTING
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CONCRETE
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CONSTRUCTION METHODS
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DAMAGES
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DEMOLITION
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DISASTER
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DISASTER ASSISTANCE
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DISASTER RECOVERY
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DISASTER REDUCTION
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DISASTER RELIEF
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DISASTER RISK
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DISASTERS
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DOCUMENTS
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DRIVING
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EARTHQUAKE
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EARTHQUAKES
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
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EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
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EMERGENCY PLANS
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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE
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EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION
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EXTREME EVENTS
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FAULT LINE
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FIRE
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FIRE FIGHTING
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FIRES
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FREEWAY
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FREEWAYS
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HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
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HIGHWAY
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HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
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HIGHWAY PATROL
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HIGHWAY SYSTEM
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HIGHWAYS
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INFRASTRUCTURE DAMAGE
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INJURIES
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INSPECTION
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INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY FOR DISASTER REDUCTION
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INTERSECTIONS
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LANDSLIDES
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LIQUEFACTION
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METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION
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METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
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MOBILITY
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MOTORIST
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MOTORIST BEHAVIOR
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MOTORISTS
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MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT
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NATURAL DISASTER
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NEIGHBORING STATES
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PASSENGER
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PASSENGER CARS
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PUBLIC ROADS
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PUBLIC SAFETY
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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
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PUBLIC WORKS
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RAIL
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RAIL ROUTES
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RAILWAY
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RAILWAY STATIONS
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RECONSTRUCTION
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RESCUE
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RESCUE PERSONNEL
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RIGHT OF WAY
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ROADWAY
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ROUTE
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ROUTES
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SHEAR
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STEEL
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STRUCTURES
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TRAFFIC
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TRAFFIC CONTROL
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TRAFFIC DATA
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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTERS
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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN
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TRANSIT
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TRANSIT OPTIONS
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TRANSPORT
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TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
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TRANSPORT SYSTEM
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TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
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TRANSPORTATION
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TRANSPORTATION DECISIONS
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TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH
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TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
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TRAVELERS
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VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
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dc.title
Reestablishment of Transport Systems After an Earthquake and Establishment of Lifeline Systems
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dc.title.alternative
Tai thiet he thong giao thong sau dong dat va thiet lap cac he thong huyet mach
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okr.identifier.externaldocumentum
000356161_20110106013212
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okr.identifier.internaldocumentum
13339510
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okr.volume
1 of 1
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okr.date.disclosure
2011-01-06
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okr.topic
Environment :: Natural Disasters
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okr.topic
Urban Development :: Hazard Risk Management
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okr.topic
Conflict and Development :: Disaster Management
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okr.topic
Roads and Highways
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okr.topic
Transport Economics Policy and Planning
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okr.topic
Transport
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okr.region.administrative
East Asia and Pacific
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okr.identifier.report
52942
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okr.unit
GF Disaster Reduction & Recovery (GFDRR)
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Trnsprt
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Egy
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Urban Sustnble Dev (EASIN)
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Publications & Research :: Brief
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Publications & Research
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dc.rights.holder
World Bank
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okr.globalpractice
Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience
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Transport and ICT
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Environment and Natural Resources
okr.crosscuttingsolutionarea
Fragility, Conflict, and Violence
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yes

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