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Extreme Event Preparedness & Response for Operations (EEPRO) LibGuide: About This Guide

This guide is published by the Eastern Transportation Knowledge Network as a resource for transportation practitioners in Emergency Response Management.

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EXTREME EVENT PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE FOR OPERATIONS (EEPRO) - AN EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT GUIDE

Purpose of this guide:

This guide has been created by librarians from the Eastern Transportation Knowledge Network as a guide to resources in best practices in emergency transportation operations. It is intended for first-responders, planners, managers, and policy makers for emergency preparedness and response in the United States at federal, state, and local levels. 

 

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WHAT IS A TKN?

TKN stands for "Transportation Knowledge Network," a group of regional transportation libraries and organizations formed to increase access to transportation information and provide cost-effective, new and improved services for member libraries and their users. This video explains the roles of the three regional Transportation Knowledge Networks.

GUIDE AUTHORS

Kate Hill 

U. of North Carolina Highway Data Research Center

hill@hsrc.unc.edu   919-843-6794

 

Lynn Matis

Massachusetts DOT Library    lmatis@mbta.com      617-222-4755

 

Jane Minotti 

New York State DOT Research Library   jane.minotti@dot.ny.gov            518-485-2077

 

Carol Paszamant  

New Jersey DOT Research Library   carol.paszamant@dot.nj.gov            609-530-5289

 

Laura Whayne  

Kentucky Transportation Research Center, U. of Kentucky   laura.whayne@uky.edu    859-257-2155