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  • Jacobson, Eric; O'Hanlon, Julia; Clark, Amy (2011-10)
    While the United States boasts one of the most abundant food supplies in the world, disparities in access, affordability, and quality have continued to plague communities and neighborhoods throughout the country. With ...
  • Jacobson, Eric; Homsey, Andrew; Pragg, Sarah; Floros, Emily; Stump, Jessica; Clark, Amy; Miller, Patti (2015-07)
    While the United States boasts one of the most abundant food supplies in the world, disparities in access, affordability, and quality of healthy foods have continued to plague communities across the country. Millions of ...
  • Jacobson, Eric; DeCoursey, William J.; Rosenberg, Natalie (2011-02)
    The purpose of this quick guide is to introduce health-impact assessment—an exciting and relatively new analytic approach to planning healthier communities. “How are existing or planned land use, community design, and ...
  • Lehman, Megan Dively; Boyle, Michelle; DeCoursey, William J.; Mix, Troy (2007-09-21)
    This document is intended to serve as a resource for Delaware municipalities wishing to improve the walkability of their towns and, in so doing, the activity levels and health of their residents. In addition to conducting ...
  • O'Hanlon, Julia; Scott, Marcia; West, Lexi (2016-01)
    The Walkability Assessment Tool is designed to guide municipalities in evaluating the walkability of specific areas within their towns and cities and considering strategies and policies to improve local pedestrian networks. ...
  • Scott, Marcia; Boyle, Michelle; Eckley, Jason; Lehman, Megan Dively; Wolfert, Kaitlin (2008-08-28)
    Walkable communities result from careful planning and community design that provides active living opportunities. The resource guide shows how improving the walkability of a community can lead to environmental, health, ...
  • Beck, Claire (2010-12-22)
    The Healthy Communities Comprehensive Plan Assessment Tool is a checklist‐based document designed to aid Delaware municipalities in the process of writing comprehensive plans that emphasize planning for and building ...
  • O'Hanlon, Julia; Scott, Jacquelyn (2010-12-22)
    As indicated in a number of recent research studies and articles, an increase in moderate physical activity among Americans could substantially improve the nation’s public health. Given Delaware’s current obesity trends, ...
  • IPA Planning Team, Martin Wollaston (manager); Settles, Alexander; Minni, Nicole; Homsey, Andrew (Institute for Public Administration, 2004-07)
  • Xuan, Jiang; Homsey, Andrew (2008-08-25)
    This Guidebook is designed to help communities in Sussex County, Delaware, build and implement heritage tourism programs. The strategies and activities in this Guidebook can be adopted by local communities wishing to use ...
  • Barnes, Philip J.; Swan, Brett (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-01)
    High-definition (HD) maps are essential for the safe operation of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs). The maps are not the traditional two-dimensional paper or GPS versions we are familiar with, but rather are ...
  • Barnes, Philip; Sikora, Vincent (Institute for Public Administration, 2021-04)
    To meet current and future charging capacity demands, local governments and property owners who would like to host EV charging stations can pursue innovative partnerships and create a robust network of EV chargers in Delaware.
  • Moreland, Lisa; Brennan, Lisa; McClurkin, Dena (Institute for Public Administration, 2003-12)
  • Jacobson, Eric; O'Hanlon, Julia; Bennett, Carrie; McCloskey, Sarah (Institute for Public Administration, 2004-12)
  • Cummer, Jared; Tuttle, Douglas (2013-08)
    This report expands on recommendations to find accessible alternatives to Delaware public transit. Recommendations address shortfalls in the current taxicab industry and provide suggestions to reform the regulatory structure ...
  • Scott, Marcia; Anderka, Sebastian; O'Donnell, Edward (2009-11-20)
    Freight movement by trucks within a central business district (CBD) is often problematic for delivery drivers, pedestrians, automobile traffic, and downtown merchants. Freight pickup and delivery by trucks both contribute ...
  • Loftus, Dennis; Bare, Audrey (2006-05-31)
    This report is part of a larger teacher recruitment and retention movement that began in April 2005 with the Teacher Recruitment and Retention Conference, which was held on April 6–7 in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. At the ...
  • Bierma, Alisa (2009-01-16)
    This report stems from a desire to know more about vital infrastructure in Sussex County, Delaware. Where is the current infrastructure located? How much capacity is present? How many more users can that capacity ...
  • Brennan, Lisa; Warren, Robert; Moreland, Lisa (2006-03-03)
    Based on research conducted between January and July of 2005 by the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at the University of Delaware with funding from the Delaware Department of Transportation, this report gives ...
  • Lockwood, Stephen C.; Slevin, Jonathan; Corder, Bill; Roberts, Ed; Gendell, David; Donaldson, Gene; Kirk, Gary; Eadicicco, Michael (Institute for Public Administration, 1999-02)

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