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Socio-economic impacts of low-volume roads using a mixed-method approach of PCA and Fuzzy-TOPSIS
International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development
The present study proposes a novel mixed-method approach to ascertain and explore the socio-economic indicators, which help in assessing the impacts of the construction of rural roads. Rural road infrastructure often has direct or indirect socio-economic impacts (SEIs) on the target population. Assessment of SEIs poses a wide range of challenges due to their multi-dimensional nature of various factors and their qualitative and quantitative evaluation process. Thus, the present study suggests adoi:10.14246/irspsda.9.2_112 fatcat:5kuv2l37knfuphxn2lch6qqy3m