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... 70 Preliminary Results of Quick Response Grants The Natural Hazards Center at the University of Colorado at Boulder partnered with the research team to facilitate advertisement and award of three Quick Response Grants on timely topics relevant to NCHRP Research Report 963/TCRP Research Report 225: A Pandemic Playbook for Transportation Agencies. Table D-1 lists the subject of each of the three grant projects as well as the researchers on the project and their organizational affiliations.
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... Preliminary Results of Quick Response Grants 71 • Those most affected by transportation barriers are vulnerable populations who are more likely to rely on public transit, including individuals from low-resource communities, racial and ethnic minorities, and people with disabilities. As the nation simultaneously navigates a global pandemic and a powerful and complex civil rights movement to combat racial inequities and disparities, access to transportation is an important part of the discussion.
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... 72 A Pandemic Playbook for Transportation Agencies • Surveys showed that the intent to evacuate and seek shelter in Hampton Roads was elevated above previous behavior but that COVID-19–related financial concerns were preventing some from considering it. Seventy-two percent of those who did evacuate and 40% of those who went to public shelters planned to evacuate for a major hurricane in 2020.

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