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National Special Security Events: Transportation Planning for Planned Special Events

June 2010


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Table of Contents

Section 1.0. Introduction

Section 2.0. Lessons Learned and Good Practices from the NSSE Practitioner Web Conference 
September 30, 2009

Section 2.0 Introduction

FHWA Web Conference Participants

Acronyms

Planning for the Event

Event Execution

Post-Event/After-Action

Section 3.0. NSSE Transportation Case Study – 2009 G-20 Summit

NSSE Description

Community

Advance Planning

Communication

Use of ITS Equipment/Advanced Technology

Coordination and Decision Making

Transportation Challenges during the NSSE

After-Action Report

Lessons Learned

Resources

Section 4.0. NSSE Case Study – 2008 Democratic National Convention

NSSE Description

Community

Advance Planning

Communication

Use of ITS Equipment/Advanced Technology

Coordination and Decision Making

After-Action Report

Lessons Learned

Resources

Section 5.0. Planning for National Special Security Events: Transportation

Introduction

Pre-NSSE Coordination

Day of the NSSE

After the NSSE

Section 6.0. Checklist for Transportation Professionals Involved in National Special Security Events

Section 7.0. NSSE Overview Fact Sheet

Section 8.0. NSSE Fill-in Fact Sheet

Section 9.0. Resource Guide

Section 10.0. References

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