This book introduces engineers to the principles and procedures necessary for infrastructure planning in rapidly developing regions. It covers the technical methods required in planning for infrastructure provision from base-line studies and problem definition through to the sepcification for a set of projects. The book also discusses the political factors that affect the decision-making process and demonstrates, through case studies, how the technical and political perspectives come together in the finished plan.
Introduction The goals of planning Two perspectives on planning Problem diagnosis and goal articulation Forecasting and design of alternatives Plan testing Economic evaluation Financial evaluation Environmental evaluation Implementation Managing the planning process References Index
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