Week 2 – Restoring Infrastructure and Instilling Resilience

highway with automobiles under a sign that directs traffic to the Key BridgeThe Key Bridge collapse was not the first of its kind, and it will not be the last. However, there are measures community leaders can take to strengthen infrastructure and instill resilience. Understanding the short-term and long-term goals after such an incident would help Baltimore and other communities restore the transportation lifelines that have been severely impacted.

Key Bridge Collapse – Transportation Infrastructure and Global Supply Chain

the front of a ship on the water with clear skies and the Key Bridge across the horizonAny incident or event can easily disrupt the supply chain, whether local, regional, or international. Time will demonstrate the transportation, supply chain, and other critical impacts of the Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore. Here are six recommendations to ensure the plans, training, resources, capabilities, and facilities to safeguard the nation’s transportation networks.

April 2024 Eclipse – Moving From Planning Into Operations

A group of people with eclipse glasses looking up to the sky in front of a NASA welcome signOn April 8, 2024, the path of the total solar eclipse will cross much of the middle section of the United States – from Mexico to Canada. As solar eclipse groups move from planning to operations, find out how emergency preparedness and response professionals can provide guidance to their community partners and promote safe and successful events.
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