Building resilient states: a framework for agencies

Number of pages: 28 p.

This document is intended to introduce and integrate land use and transportation issues into states’ conversations about resilience. Disaster preparedness professionals can use it to understand how strategic decisions about land use and transportation can build communities that are more resilient from the ground up. It includes examples of successful implementation with federal resilience resources and initiatives. Every state can learn from these ideas to bounce back more quickly and emerge stronger from disasters.