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IPA policy scientist Marcia Scott (left) and public administration fellow Betsey Suchanic (MPA '19) present their poster at the TRB Annual Conference.
Institute for Public Administration policy scientist Marcia Scott and public administration fellow Elizabeth (Betsey) Suchanic (MPA '19), presented a poster at the 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) in Washington, DC. Entitled Celebrating Pop-Up Demonstration and Pilot Projects in Delaware, the poster was among the 19 selected for presentation by the TRB Committee on Public Involvement.
Pop-up demonstration and pilot projects, also called "tactical urbanism," are ways to inexpensively and temporarily test the co-creation of public spaces before costly and permanent investments are made. The poster examines the use of visual tools within the online Delaware Complete Communities Planning Toolbox (www.completecommunitiesde.org) to showcase successful projects in Delaware.
Three specific case studies in Delaware were featured that were initiated at the local level, leveraged partnerships, and engaged community members. The poster highlights the "Stories of Complete Communities" video series that showcases the Better Block program in a Wilmington neighborhood, a pop-up mini traffic circle project in Newark, and installation of a seasonal parklet in downtown Seaford. IPA's poster is on display on the first floor of University of Delaware's Graham Hall. The video series can be viewed on the Complete Communities YouTube channel: https://goo.gl/BjQrKy
The annual meeting of TRB is a showcase for innovative thought-leadership and research in the transportation industry. Attended by over 12,000 world-wide transportation professionals, the meeting featured more than 5,000 presentations in nearly 800 sessions on a range of transportation-related topics. It provided a forum for the exchange of ideas between practitioners, researchers, and policy-makers, and advances current and future transportation industry practices and research.
Scott previously presented a public involvement poster in 2017 and was invited to present on the curbside intercity bus industry at the 2014 and 2017 meetings.
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