Resilience Analysis and Planning Tool (RAPT)
By combining data layers, users can create community maps to inform preparedness, response, and recovery strategies. For example, users can look at the current National Weather Service forecast for extreme flooding, then add census layers to view at-risk vulnerable populations and infrastructure locations.
Analysis tools let users identify infrastructure within a defined area and calculate population counts. Users can also download data from RAPT for further analysis.
- Access the Resilience Analysis and Planning Tool (RAPT)
- Slide deck - January 2023 Community of Practice Webinar
- RAPT StoryMap: The RAPT StoryMap provides a quick overview of the webmap and ideas on how it can help you examine the interplay of population, infrastructure and hazard data.