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Koeberg nuclear emergency plan: traffic evacuation model

@inproceedings{Jones2007KoebergNE,
  title={Koeberg nuclear emergency plan: traffic evacuation model},
  author={John Jones and Stef Naude and Gerhard van Wyngaardt and Antony Marks},
  year={2007}
}
In terms of recent legislation regarding developments surrounding a nuclear installation, municipal and provincial authorities must perform assessments which demonstrate the adequacy of present and future disaster management infrastructure to ensure the effective implementation of any nuclear emergency plan. While the City of Cape Town already has documented emergency procedures, a critical element is an appropriate traffic model for testing / estimating evacuation times for different incident… 

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