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The Institute for Public Administration (IPA) facilitates public policy forums designed to address Delaware's future infrastructure needs. As a result of these forums, and their accompanying research and reports, IPA unites stakeholders to discuss and develop long-term strategies for regional and national infrastructure
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IPA Transportation Policy staff work to enhance transportation systems that serve Delawareans of all ages, abilities, incomes, and ethnicities.
Policy forums and research have focused on:
For more information about Infrastructure Policy at the Institute for Public Administration, contact Julia O'Hanlon.
The freight and goods movement is a billion-dollar industry in
Delaware and plays a critical role in supporting other economic sectors such as
the agriculture and poultry processing industry. Increasing traffic volumes and
congestion along the Northeast Corridor create operational, scheduling, and
supply chain challenges for freight operators, which can impact local,
regional, and national economies.
As part of
its on-call work to assist state freight planning initiatives, IPA
facilitates the Delmarva Freight Working Group comprised of DelDOT, the
Salisbury/Wicomico Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), WILMAPCO,
and Dover/Kent County MPO.
working group coordinates freight planning and research activities
across the Delmarva Peninsula and fosters discourse among providers of
the freight transportation system and the users of the system. Forum
more information about upcoming Delmarva Freight Working Group meetings
and other freight planning initiatives, contact Troy Mix. For more information about Planning Services at the Institute for Public Administration, visit the Planning Services page.