Once moored on site, the self-contained vessel will support recovery efforts by providing power, housing, food and water to first responders. Combined, these three vessels can house over 1,200 workers thereby freeing up local hotel resources for displaced individuals.  The Federal Aviation Administration has had over 1000 personnel tasked with the storm effort, including specialized Air Traffic Management support to facilitate Search and Rescue missions. A team from the Federal Highways Administration has been on the ground before the storm made landfall, providing technical assistance to the TXDOT. Roads in the impacted areas continue to be inundated with water, with many closures. The FHWA stands ready to deploy more than 250 engineers who can be on the scene within 48 hours to begin expedited inspections of roads and bridges in the affected area. We are learning more by the hour and are working with our state partners to assess conditions as quickly as the water recedes.  DOT has established a Routing Assistance Hotline to support the transport of Federal and State response personnel, equipment and goods into Texas and Louisiana. PHSMA is actively engaged in monitoring disruption to off-shore gas and petroleum production and distribution. These are just a few of the USDOT actions underway. Background on Some of the Department’s Recent Efforts: TX Division leadership planning visit with TX DOT regional staff in Corpus Christi, Rockport, and Victoria the week of September 4 to discuss joint damage assessments FHWS’s TX/LA division staff will supplement TX Dot’s inspection staff.  They are prepared to shift resources from other parts of the country if additional support is needed.  PHMSA issued an Emergency Waiver Order for the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR, 49 C.F.R. Parts 171-180) to persons conducting operations under the direction of EPA Region 6 within the Hurricane and Tropical Storm Harvey disaster and emergency areas of Texas and Louisiana PHMSA and FMCSA helped the Texas National Guard’s 6th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosive (CBRNE) Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) conducting response and decontamination efforts in the Crosby, Texas facility explosion and fire.  PHMSA connected the team with plume modeling experts to understand the risk from a large tank of sulfur dioxide and other base chemicals still at the facility PHMSA issued an emergency stay of enforcement of certain regulations for interstate pipeline operators on September 1, 2017.  FRA opened Emergency Docket and has advised all railroads that the docket is open.

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