Transportation agencies currently have to meet federal regulations that require the incorporation of risk and resilience into their activities, including MAP-21, FHWA 5520, and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. However, guidelines for analytical risk assessment methods to support risk-based processes is lagging.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 1014: Developing a Highway Framework to Conduct an All-Hazards Risk and Resilience Analysis presents a research roadmap to develop a comprehensive manual, tools, training, and implementation guidelines for quantitative risk and resilience assessment that satisfies new federal requirements.
Supplemental to the report are an implementation and communications plan, a flyer summarizing the project, and a PowerPoint presentation.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Developing a Highway Framework to Conduct an All-Hazards Risk and Resilience Analysis. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26924.
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||3-5|
|Chapter 2 - State-of-Practice Review||6-10|
|Chapter 3 - Risk and Resilience Framework||11-14|
|Chapter 4 - Roadmap||15-20|
|Chapter 5 - Research Problem Statement Development||21-24|
|Chapter 6 - Stakeholder Engagement||25-26|
|Chapter 7 - Research Outputs, Recommendations, and Next Steps||27-29|
|Chapter 8 - Conclusion||30-30|
|Appendix A - Glossary of Terms||33-74|
|Appendix B - Literature Review||75-148|
|Appendix C - Gap Assessment||149-158|
|Appendix D - Research Problem Statements||159-190|
|Appendix E - Technical Memorandum Stakeholder Engagement||191-216|
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