Zhang, 2006: Risk area accuracy and hurricane evacuation
expectations of coastal residents.
The issues of assessing the alternative entrance and termination designs of contraflow segments in evaluating the hurricane evacuation
plan for cities has been studied by some researchers (Wolshon 2001, 2002; Lim and Wolshon 2005).
"Crying Wolf: Repeat Responses to Hurricane Evacuation
Orders." Coastal Management 26: 237-252.
If part of your job is running an insurance program for franchisees, hurricane evacuation
coverage could be a very valuable addition to your program.
Just in time for the stormy season, Chubb Insurance Group has introduced Hurricane Evacuation
Coverage, which applies when a mandatory evacuation has been declared but no physical damage occurs, or when physical damage occurs but is not covered by a property insurance policy.
Just in time for the 2000 hurricane season, Chubb Group of Insurance Cos., Warren, N.J., has rolled out a new version of its hurricane evacuation
Hugo weighed heavily on the minds of South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) officials in June 1999 when they met with representatives from Intergraph Corporation (Huntsville, Alabama), to begin development of a Hurricane Evacuation
Decision Support Solution.
When a hurricane evacuation
is declared, hours can mean the difference between life and death, said Dr.
While ordering a hurricane evacuation
is far from rare, it's not common to tell residents to flee a rainstorm.
FACT: Hurricane evacuation
zones are defined by the threat of storm surge and inland flooding rather than wind speed or hurricane category, because storm surge is the greatest threat to life and property.
"During a mandatory hurricane evacuation
, you can stay there," said Robert Fusco, the company's vice president.
Surveillance in hurricane evacuation
centers--Louisiana, September-October 2005.