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Computing in Civil and Building Engineering (2014)
A preliminary feasibility study evaluates various aspects of a project such as environmental assessment, field study, technological validity, and economic feasibility. Among them, economic feasibility is the most important factor to use in selecting a road route in Korea. A proper preliminary feasibility study considers all costs incurred in the life cycle of the project, including construction costs, land acquisition costs, collateral expenses, and operation and maintenance costs. However,doi:10.1061/9780784413616.053 fatcat:xcwgvw3cw5bwvcb37cvkbym5ba