A proposal to compare urban infrastructure using multi-criteria analysis
Noé Villegas Flores,
Liliana Cristina Cruz Salvador,
Ana Carolina Parapinski dos Santos and
Yelinca Saldeño Madero
Land Use Policy, 2021, vol. 101, issue C
The decision-making process in the conservation of urban roads relates disciplines with a social, technical and political profile, in most cases entails a conflict at the time of public spending in urban spaces. The aspiration of the public administrations to promote the different quality standards in urban streets, in the face of ever-smaller budgets, suggests the need to devise new formulas and strategies that allow guiding their efforts towards public spending with perspectives of urban sustainability.
Keywords: Multi criteria; Transport system; AHP; Assessment urban street (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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