Houston and Harris County are also much more prepared to handle a hurricane evacuation than it was in 2005, according to Mark Sloan, the Harris County emergency management coordinator.
What does HURREVAC stand for?
HURREVAC stands for Hurricane Evacuation (restricted-use computer program funded by FEMA and USACE)
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Contact your local emergency management office to see if you live in a hurricane evacuation zone.
Additional lanes also could improve hurricane evacuation.
The highway is the hurricane evacuation route from Florida that bottlenecks year after year.
After Hurricane Katrina, for example, federal officials required authorities to draw up hurricane evacuation plans in places like California where the threat of hurricanes is minuscule.
the first hurricane escape plan that turns a hurricane evacuation into a jet-setter vacation.
Our command was evacuated to our designated hurricane evacuation location and patiently awaited our findings.
In Katrina's wake, governors who espouse a "better safe than sorry" approach to hurricane evacuations are now visionaries, and know-it-all opinion writers are now the ones who will want to choose their words more carefully.