Methods of Mass Evacuation
Brian Gongol

Most mass evacuations from major disasters in the United States have been carried out primarily by private automobile. But one significant complaint about the evacuation of New Orleans prior to Hurricane Katrina was that up to 20% of the city's population (about 100,000 people) lacked either the financial means or the automobiles required to evacuate. By what other means could an evacuation be carried out?

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