Strategic and operational.Basemap, baseline or situational?
Basemap.When might it be produced?
These transport maps can form the basis of many logistics maps, and so should be produced and distributed as early as possible.
Everyone, however anyone involved with logistics or assessments will be particularly interested.Influence on humanitarian decisions
Knowing how to get to locations is vital in needs assessments and the distribution of aid, therefore knowing the location of transport links is important. In scenarios that involve the migration of people, knowing the locations of these arteries helps to show where people might move to and from.
Maps being provided for logisticians should include road conditions such as surface type and width. Weight limits and widths of bridges are also important, as this determines the type of vehicles that can be used.