Interface: Federal Emergency Management Agencies - WSDOT Emergency Transportation Coordination Center (ETCC)
Information Flow Definitions
alert notification coordination (Planned)
Coordination of emergency alerts to be distributed to the public. This includes notification of a major emergency such as a natural or man–made disaster, civil emergency, or child abduction for distribution to the public and status of the public notification.
emergency plan coordination (Existing)
Information that supports coordination of emergency management plans, continuity of operations plans, emergency response and recovery plans, evacuation plans, and other emergency plans between agencies. This includes general plans that are coordinated prior to an incident and shorter duration tactical plans that are prepared during an incident.
evacuation coordination (Existing)
Coordination of information regarding a pending or in–process evacuation. Includes evacuation zones, evacuation times, evacuation routes, forecast network conditions, and reentry times.
incident command information coordination (Planned)
Information that supports local management of an incident. It includes resource deployment status, hazardous material information, traffic, road, and weather conditions, evacuation advice, and other information that enables emergency or maintenance personnel in the field to implement an effective, safe incident response.
resource coordination (Planned)
Coordination of resource inventory information, specific resource status information, resource prioritization and reallocation between jurisdictions, and specific requests for resources and responses that service those requests.
threat information coordination (Planned)
Sensor, surveillance, and threat data including raw and processed data that is collected by sensor and surveillance equipment located in secure areas.
transportation system status (Planned)
Current status and condition of transportation infrastructure (e.g., tunnels, bridges, interchanges, TMC offices, maintenance facilities). In case of disaster or major incident, this flow provides an assessment of damage sustained by the surface transportation system including location and extent of the damage, estimate of remaining capacity and necessary restrictions, and time frame for repair and recovery.