Disaster Response Routes are a network for the movement of responders, resources and relief supplies into and out of or around an impacted area in the aftermath of a disaster. The original concept began in the 1990’s, and has continued to evolve into its current state over time. Currently there are DRRs established in the Lower Mainland and Capital Regional District of British Columbia.
Update: This initiative is being lead in the Lower Mainland by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. IPREM continue to be an active member of this working group.
For more information on the Disaster Response Route Network (