Natural Disaster Evacuation Plan
Saving San Francisco from destruction via an earthquake.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Natural Disaster Evacuation Plan
Preparing for a SanFranciscan Earthquake By Luke He!um
Supply List 11 gallons of water for each family member Hand crank ﬂashlight and radio Non-perishable foods for 1 week for each member Evacuation plan Road map
Preventing Death Strict building code Mandatory backﬂow valves Stops unsanitary spreading of disease Educate the roughly 2000 schools $1.1 million for education $5 million education leaﬂets 15 seismic stations $50,000 (3 more than already)
Routes to Leave Zone 1Zone 1 and all west of the Bay Zone 2 Half Moon BayRed part of zone 2 San Leandro and LafayetteSan Jose and Santa Clara Los Gatos and Saratoga
Best Routes Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 2 280 S San Bruno and Redwood CityZone 2 580, 680 Lafayette and Napa County
Directions Out Zone 1: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=San+Francisco,+CA&daddr=Campbell,+CA&hl=en&geocode=FVJmQAIdKAe0- CkhAGkAbZqFgDH_rXbwZxNQSg%3BFf30OAId-zC7- CnpvtgtGTWOgDGYB34n0Q5ePQ&mra=ls&sll=37.520619,-122.03064&sspn=1.485657,3.537598&ie=UTF8&ll=37.775346,-122.419377&spn=0.000701,0.001727 &t=h&z=20 Zone 2: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=Oakland,+CA&daddr=Lafayette,+CA&hl=en&geocode=FVTZQAIdrUu2- CkD7aooi32FgDFnk3U11RW0cQ%3BFT4XQgIdfKC4-CmFj_qjfGCFgDEnaeQDXVgo- Q&mra=ls&sll=37.798933,-122.270966&sspn=0.370029,0.884399&g=Oakland&ie=UTF8&t=h&z=13 Zone 3: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=San+Jose,+CA&daddr=Los+Gatos,+CA&hl=en&geocode=FfrAOQId1Ae8- Cn1P_mK5MqPgDF7cZ_KCoyduQ%3BFXMIOAIdaNC6- Ck_A3dTNjSOgDGmjHSsAVNn7w&mra=ls&sll=37.356513,-121.81778&sspn=0.602559,1.221542&ie=UTF8&z=13
How to Flee Fleeing necessary to avoid largest earthquake If no car/highway damage, families would drive to the refugee zones Contraﬂow highways 30% of population doesn’t have car They would use the large public transportation ﬂeet Other areas unaffected will also be called upon for hotel infrastructure
Stopping a RepeatMake sure residents areequipped with fresh water andfoodMake sure large water reserveson tap for ﬁghting ﬁresEquip families with tips onescaping a ﬁreContinue brick housing to stopquick burning.
Reducing Disease500,000 households outﬁt with backﬂow valves $150 apiece, but $125 tax credit. Stops disease and sewage spreadingMake sure all unaffected hospitals areready
Recovery Temporary one room houses for400,000 displaced $500 million$250 tax credit if moved in with familyRubble clearing 100,000 households $130 million to clean up
Total Cost 150000 for seismic stations 6.1 million for education 12.5 million for back ﬂow valve tax credit 150 million for housing 130 million for clean up Total: $300,000,000