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Transportation influences the economy, environment, community livability, and quality of life of a region. IPA conducts research on transportation policy and related planning issues at the local, regional, and national levels. (Courtesy:
Johnson, Mirmiran, & Thompson)
The ever-changing landscape of transportation needs and new
technologies has created a complex set of challenges, opportunities, and issues
for transportation practitioners, government leaders, policy makers, and the
The Institute for Public Administration (IPA) addresses transportation
policy and planning issues through solutions-oriented research, policy forums, and
Research outcomes are shared through the development of reports,
local government planning guides, and presentations at regional, statewide,
national, and international conferences.
Our comprehensive publications database features transportation products searchable by keyword. Stay in touch with the most recent projects as highlighted in SPPA's Connect Magazine, Delaware Center for Transportation's biannual TranSearch newsletter, and the Delaware Complete Communities Planning Toolbox.
For more information about Transportation Policy at the
Institute for Public Administration, contact Marcia
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