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Troy Mix, policy scientist and associate director of IPA, moderated and helped to organize the gathering.
On Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022, the annual Delaware Winter Freight Meeting took place at Chesapeake Utilities in Dover, Delaware, presented by the Delmarva Freight Working Group, which includes UD's Institute for Public Administration (IPA), as well as the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), Dover/Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Salisbury/Wicomico MPO and WILMAPCO. Troy Mix, policy scientist and associate director of IPA, moderated and helped to organize the gathering. Presenters included Jared Shelton of Chesapeake Utilities, Dan Rattay of CBRE, Linda Parkowski of Kent Economic Partnership, Marilyn Smith of Dover/Kent County MPO, Mark Eastburn of DelDOT, Ian Ramsey of Dot Foods and Richard Hernandez of Perdue Farms. This annual meeting brought together regional freight, goods movement and economic development stakeholders to enhance awareness of major freight planning programs and initiatives, while also sharing information on significant freight and goods movement trends and encouraging public-private partnership development. IPA is a research and public service center in the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration.
Article by Sophonie Milord. Originally posted in UDaily's For the Record .
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