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Criteria to consider in selecting and prioritizing infrastructure projects

  • Hansen S
  • Too E
  • Le T
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Infrastructure project selection and prioritization is a challenging decision-making problem. Thus, decision makers are required to develop and use a decision-making framework to evaluate the proposals. The first step in developing such framework is to establish the decision criteria. This research aims to identify these criteria based on a systematic review of literature. A total of 34 decision criteria for infrastructure project selection was identified. In addition, this research has also identified three major facts related to decision criteria and presented a structured model to integrate these decision criteria into a Decision-Making Framework. As a preliminary study, the findings from this research are expected to assist further research on developing a Decision-Making Framework for infrastructure project selection.




Hansen, S., Too, E., & Le, T. (2019). Criteria to consider in selecting and prioritizing infrastructure projects. MATEC Web of Conferences, 270, 06004.

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