Local development is a dynamic process which mainly relies on qualitative and quantitative changes, accordingly to the needs of the local communities. One of the decisive circumstances of local development is an effi cient road infrastructure. The main problem, in terms of road projects, is their socio-economic evaluation. The article presents a model for assessing S16 national road construction
project, on the basis of four groups of indicators. The indicators monitor the changes occurring in the districts, located along the road corridor S16, within the framework of sustainable development. Results of the research give opportunity to a more detailed analysis and evaluation of road projects, furthermore they make a strong foundation for the exploration of cause-and-effect relations between the investments in infrastructure and the quality of life in the region.
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