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Quantitative Market Research Regarding Funding of District 8 Construction Projects
  • Published Date:
    1995-05-01
  • Language:
    English
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Quantitative Market Research Regarding Funding of District 8 Construction Projects
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    NTL-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-Funding
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  • Abstract:
    The primary objective of this quantitative research is to provide information

    for more effective decision making regarding the level of investment in various

    transportation systems in District 8.

    This objective was accomplished by establishing District 8 transportation

    customer attitudes and perceptions of the manner in which Minnesota's federal

    dollars are spent in the district. In addition, customer preferences as to the

    appropriate distribution of federal funds for transportation concerns within the

    district, are identified in the results of this research.

    The following information was gathered, processed and analyzed, the results of

    which are presented in this report: 1)Perception of how transportation

    construction dollars are allocated currently vs. how customers think dollars

    should be allocated. 2)Level of satisfction with how dollars are being spent on

    various transportation construction projects, and reasons for dissatisfaction.

    Attitudes related to the fairness of funds distribution to smaller communities,

    larger communities, county, state and township projects. 4)Level of satisfaction

    with oppportunities for involvement in transportation funding decisions.

    5)Perceptions as to most effective ways to inform the public about opportunities

    for involvement. 6)Most desired and least desired transportation construction

    projects for Southwestern Minnesota. 7)Awareness of ISTEA, ATP and Regional

    Development Commission.

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