pages-from-dp_financing-pce_pack_v4Rapid Financial Feasibility Assessment begins to develop an implementation strategy showing who will pay how much for what and when. It should have a sources and uses statement, matching the required investments with sources of funding. While this exercise only provides rough estimates of costs and funding availability, it can provide a check to plan feasibility and bring implementing agencies to the table to begin to discuss more detailed numbers. It can also provide information to revise the plan, including giving some decision makers a better sense of the high costs of poor design (ex: low density disconnected development).