Delaware's transportation agenda in the northeast corridor.
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Delaware's transportation agenda in the northeast corridor.

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      The fractionated governance structure of the entire Northeast Corridor (Warren 2009) is also evidenced within the Baltimore-to-Philadelphia portion, which contains the entire extent of Delaware’s claim to the corridor. Though comprising only a small segment of the overall corridor and a miniscule portion of Delaware’s total transportation infrastructure, this 25-mile stretch is fundamental to the state’s relations with transportation and economic networks at several scales, from regional to global. This report employs recent literature and stakeholder input to provide future researchers with an appreciation for the major issues that will hinder or enable Delaware’s regional, national, and international transportation relationships over the next five to ten years. Nearly all of these issues affect corridor cohesion; they all center on some aspect of building bridges, filling gaps, and forging alliances (quite often in the literal sense of these terms). While each of the transportation stakeholders along the corridor support the clearance of major impediments to corridor movement, funding, and governance, they often hold widely diverging positions as to how this should be performed. The diverse group of stakeholders interviewed for this report generally cites the collective issues in Table 1 as most important to the study region.
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