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6 Human Infrastructure Module
Pages 29-32

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From page 29...
... Route 1. Hurricane evacuation clearance times are independently estimated and are based solely on population using linear extrapolation of estimates from a previous study (Miller Consulting, 2001~.
From page 30...
... In addition, the committee recommends including a description of how this variable is used in estimating traffic volumes and calculating levels of service within planning units. As with the trip generation rates discussed above, it is important to conduct sensitivity analysis for LOS estimates using an appropriate range of variation for this coefficient.
From page 31...
... The Draft CCAM estimates evacuation clearance times by assuming a linear relationship between total population within the Florida Keys and the aggregate clearance time for the islands (Draft CCAM Section 3.4~. These estimates do not account for the impact of growth on clearance times within the seven individual evacuation analysis zones used in the Miller Study (Miller Consulting Inc., 2001)
From page 32...
... tourist residential units (Miller Consulting Inc., 2001~. It seems straightforward to produce such inputs from the CCAM Scenario Generator, which makes it possible to produce evacuation clearance time estimates that can be properly compared to those produced by previous evacuation clearance studies conducted for Monroe County.

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