Port-to-Port Transportation Corridor Earthquake Vulnerability Study

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Port-to-Port Transportation CorrThe Port-to-Port Transportation Corridor Earthquake Vulnerability study was accomplished as part of, "Project Impact - A Partnership between King and Pierce Counties", "Creating Disaster Resistant Communities". This report is intended to be used with the www.rspa.dot.gov/oet project web site. This document includes the economic impact findings, which are not included on the web site. The web site contains all the project result maps and graphics, which are not included in this document. In the late 1990’s,the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) initiated a nationwide program called Project Impact. The impetus for this effort was to promote public and private partnerships which would focus on pre-disaster mitigation to reduce the cost and impact of recurring natural disasters. Both King and Pierce Counties were separately awarded individual agency grants to promote disaster resistant communities in their jurisdictions.
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