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Title:Evaluating construction priorities of farm-to-market roads in developing countries: a case study
Author:Stanley, W.R.
Year:1971
Periodical:Journal of Developing Areas
Volume:5
Issue:3
Pages:371-399
Language:English
Geographic term:Liberia
Subjects:road transport
marketplaces
External links:https://www.jstor.org/stable/4189809
http://search.proquest.com/pao/docview/1311656657
Abstract:The study deals with the development and application of a model for field evaluation of rural road construction priorities in Liberia. In developing areas the final selection of a farm-to-market route often has a critical bearing on regional development; therefore, there seems to be a need for practical guidelines for field evaluation of farm-to-market route construction priorities. The model suggested consists of 9 weighted rating items (i.a. population served by proposed road; availability of other means of transportation; cost of construction per mile) representing both direct and indirect benefits. Parts of the article: The model - Weights and ratings - Study area (Liberia) - Application of the model to the study area - Final comment. Tables; figures; notes.
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