Appendix E. References
The references identified in this section were utilized to create the this guide. Where possible, Internet links have been provided. The reference information is listed in the following order: United States Government, Department of Defense, states, and commercial sources.
Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) 49, Parts 171 to 180. http://fedbbs.access.gpo.gov/library/view/lib/?lib=FHWA_CFR
Moving U.S. Forces: Options for Strategic Mobility. Congressional Budget Office (February 1997). http://www.fas.org/man/congress/1997/cbo_mobility/index.html
U.S. DOT Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/
Comprehensive Truck Size and Weight Study, Volume 1, Summary Report (August 31, 2000).
FHWA – Texas Division Office Homepage. http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/txdiv/
The Role of the National Highway System Connectors: Industry Context and Issues. A. Strauss-Wieder, Inc. (February 1999). http://www.ops.fhwa.dot.gov/freight/documents/98_06f.pdf
FHWA, Office of Transportation Operations, Emergency Transportation Operations Homepage http://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/opssecurity
USDOT ITS Program Homepage http://www.its.dot.gov
Department of Defense
Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms (April 12, 2001; as amended through January 23, 2002). http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/doddict/
Defense Transportation Regulation, Part III, Mobility, DoD 4500.9R (April 2004). http://www.transcom.mil/j5/pt/dtrpart3/dtr_part_iii_toc.pdf (especially Appendix AV, "Permits for Oversize, Overweight, or other Special Military Movements on Public Highways in the United States")
U.S. Transportation Command
Understanding the Defense Transportation System, Handbook 24-2. U.S. Transportation Command (September 1, 2000). http://public.transcom.mil/J6/j6o/j6_oi/handbook.html
Department of the Army
Forces Command/ARNG—Transportation & Travel, Unit Movement Data Reporting, AR 55-1 (October 31, 1997). http://www.forscom.army.mil/pubs/Pubs/REG/r55-2.pdf
Forces Command/ARNG—Unit Movement Planning, AR 55-1 (March 1, 2000).
Highways for National Defense, AR 55-80 (December 15, 1982). http://www.army.mil/usapa/epubs/pdf/r55_80.pdf
Support to Civilian Law Enforcement, AR 500-51 (July 1, 1983). http://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/army/r500_51.pdf
Army Field Manuals
Army Motor Transport Units and Operations, Field Manual 55-30 (June 27, 1997). http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/fm/55-30/
Movement Control, Field Manual 55-10 (February 9, 1999). http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/fm/55-10/
Strategic Deployment, Field Manual 55-65 (October 3, 1995). http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/fm/ 55-65/
Army Transportation School
Commander's Guide to Strategic Deployment, Reference 01-1 (June 7, 2001).
Division Transportation Officer's Guide, Reference 01-1 (June 7, 2001). http://www.transchool.eustis.army.mil/DTO/
Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC)
Deployment Support—Regional Readiness Brief. MTMC 842nd TBN (June 5, 2001).
SDDC Transportation Engineering Agency (SDDC TEA)
*Some of the following documents are restricted to authorized users of the SDDC TEA Web site. Authorization to view restricted documents may be obtained by registering online.
Deployment Planning Guide, Pamphlet 700-5 (May 2001).
East Coast Ports (March 1996).
Highways for National Defense (April 2001).
Highway Systems (June 2001).
Intelligent Transportation Systems (June 2001).
IRRIS Brief (December 2001).
IRRIS Development Paper (September 2001).
Mapping Fort-to-Port Worldwide Real-Time Video, GIS Query Tools. IRRIS. https://www.irris.tea.army.mil/
Military Installation Roads (June 2001).
Ports for National Defense (September 2001).
Ports For National Defense Study—Beaumont, TX (2000).
Ports For National Defense Study—Corpus Christi, TX (2000).
Ports For National Defense Study—Lake Charles, LA (2000).
Ports For National Defense Study—New Orleans, LA (2000).
Public Lands Highway Discretionary Program (July 2001).
Railroads for National Defense (September 2001).
Standard Characteristics (Dimensions, Weight, and Cube) for Transportability of Military Vehicles and Other Outsize/Overweight Equipment TB 55-46-1B.
Strategic Highway Network (STRAHNET).
Strategic Rail Corridor Network (STRACNET) (December 1998).
Tiedown Handbook For Truck Movements, Pamphlet 55-20. Huff, Sharon E. (July 2001).
State-Level Emergency Plans (Example Sites)
Commonwealth of Virginia Emergency Operations Plans—The plan provides for State-level emergency operations in response to any type of disaster or large-scale emergency affecting Virginia. The plan also describes duties and responsibilities of departments, agencies, and support organizations for disaster mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. http://www.vdem.State.va.us/library/eplan.cfm
State of Florida Emergency Plan—The plan provides guidance to State and local officials on procedures, organization, and responsibilities, as well as an integrated and coordinated local, State, and Federal response. http://www.floridadisaster.org/documents/CEMP/floridaCEMP.htm
Georgia Hurricane Planning Guide 2003—This document provides guidance about hurricane preparedness for and response to the threat to or landfall of a hurricane in the State of Georgia. The plan is designed for use at the local level for all 159 counties as well as for public and private organizations that support the Emergency Support Functions (ESF). http://www2.State.ga.us/GEMA/
Mississippi Department of Transportation's Comprehensive Emergency Transportation Response Plan (CETRP)—This plan identifies the responsibilities, policies, and procedures of the Mississippi Department of Transportation relating to highway traffic regulations and control when the CETRP is implemented in a national or State emergency and during natural, manmade or technological emergencies. http://www.gomdot.com/cetrp/cetrp.htm
Ohio Emergency Operations Plan—The plan establishes a framework through which the State of Ohio responds to and recovers from disasters that affect the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens. It also lists the responsibilities and authority of the Ohio Emergency Management Agency. http://www.ema.ohio.gov/Ohio_EOP/Contents.pdf
South Carolina Hurricane Evacuation Program 2003—The program provides current strategy and use of ITS technologies for hurricane evacuation in South Carolina. It also discusses future needs for safer and more effective hurricane evacuation. http://www.rsip.lsu.edu/anb10-3/Resources/South_Carolina_2003.pdf
State of Texas—http://www.State.tx.us/
United States Property and Fiscal Office, State of Texas. Transportation Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) (April 1, 2001).
Texas Emergency Management Homepage. http://www.txdps.State.tx.us/dem/
Emergency Highway Traffic Regulation Plan—Appendix 4 to Annex G—State of Texas Emergency Management Plan (August 9, 2000).
TX DOT Geographical District Breakdown. http://www.dot.state.tx.us/localinfo/localinfo.htm
Washington State Emergency Operations Plan—The purpose of the plan is to provide guidance and procedures for the activation and operation of the Washington State Emergency Operations Center (EOC). http://emd.wa.gov/6-rr/rr-forms-pubs/e-ops/eop/eop-idx.htm
American Trucking Association (ATA)—http://www.truckline.com/index
Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA)—http://www.cvsa.org/
Federation of American Scientists (FAS)—http://www.fas.org/
U.S. Army Table of Organization and Equipment. Federation of American Scientists (updated March 8, 2000). http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/army/unit/toe/index.html
Changes Ahead. RAND Publishing (1998). http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR956/MR956.pdf/#contents
Preparing the U.S. Army for Homeland Security: Concepts, Issues, and Options. Eric V. Larson, John E. Peters – RAND Publishing (2001). http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1251/
The Transportation Institute
The National Defense Role—The Transportation Institute http://www.trans-inst.org/2.html
Transportation Research Board (TRB)—http://www.nationalacademies.org/trb/
Uniformity Efforts in Oversize/Overweight Permits. Humphrey, Thomas F. (December 1988).