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71 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study was performed under the overall guidance of TCRP Project Committee J-5. The Committee is chaired by Robin M. Reitzes, San Francisco City Attorney’s Office, San Francisco, California. Members are Rolf G. Asphaug, Denver Regional Transportation District, Denver, Colorado; Sheryl King Benford, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, Cleveland, Ohio; Darrell Brown, Darrell Brown & Associates, New Orleans, Louisiana; Robert Brownstein, Consultant, New York, New York; Dennis C. Gardner, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, Houston, Texas; Elizabeth M. O’Neill, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, Atlanta, Georgia; and James S. Thiel, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Madison, Wisconsin. Rita M. Maristch provides liaison with the Federal Transit Administration, James P. LaRusch serves as liaison with the American Public Transportation Association, and Gwen Chisholm Smith represents the TCRP staff.

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TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Legal Research Digest 44: Legal Issues in Public Transit Emergency Planning and Operation synthesizes and assesses laws, regulations, and guidance from the transit and homeland security industries as a means to help transit agencies better understand their legal responsibilities with respect to emergency planning and operational issues. One of the goals of the report is to help transit systems remain in compliance with emergency planning and operations requirements and guidance.

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