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Arequipa’s Population Perception in Regard to the Infrastructure of the Avenues Venezuela and Daniel Alcides Carrión

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ABSTRACT

The present study corresponds to a descriptive research, whose objective seeks to determine the level of satisfaction of the population of Arequipa city, in respect of public works infrastructure executed in the Avenues Venezuela and Daniel Alcides Carrion. We designed a survey questionnaire which was applied to 384 people randomly for convenience, in the areas surrounding the road interchange. The results showed that a 65.10% believed that the infrastructure works had a positive impact, in addition to a 52.86% and 7.29% of people who were satisfied and very satisfied respectively, with the vial exchange carried out in the Avenues Venezuela and Daniel Alcides Carrion.

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The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

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Polanco, Y. (2015) Arequipa’s Population Perception in Regard to the Infrastructure of the Avenues Venezuela and Daniel Alcides Carrión. Journal of Transportation Technologies, 5, 37-45. doi: 10.4236/jtts.2015.51004.

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