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Protéger les infrastructures de transport contre les accidents majeurs

Abstract : Users of transport infrastructures nearby hazardous plants may represent important populations potentially impacted by a major accident. The Toulouse catastrophe in 2011 has been an illustrative example as it strongly impacted highway users. Therefore, transport infrastructure users (road and railway users mainly) represent a population to be protected within a land use planning policy as it is the case for inhabitants. Accordingly, this paper presents a decision support approach aiming to help local stakeholders identify the most cost effective measures to protect transport infrastructures from major accidental consequences. The suggested approach takes into account both technical and participatory constraints with the aim of offering an equal chance to all involved stakeholders to understand the issues under discussion and formulate opinions and values.
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Chabane Mazri. Protéger les infrastructures de transport contre les accidents majeurs. Rapport Scientifique INERIS, 2014, 2013-2014, pp.36-37. ⟨ineris-01869499⟩



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