In conclusion, this GIS based approach to efficiently distribute water throughout a community appears to be successful. The developed transportation networks allow for accurate routing and calculations of all components of each budgetary scenario. These routes connect all delivery locations, all within efficient groups to the most logical connectivity method available.
Since the majority of the process is constructed through an automated model, the budgetary constraints can be easily changed to adapt to new developments in funding. Another benefit of the model is that it generates multiple scenarios during each run. This is helpful when governing groups are looking to compare what the end result would be depending on varying budgets.
While there may be different factors, costs and preferences among different locations, the transportation network and model were used to effectively demonstrate how this approach could potentially aid the Six Nations of the Grand River in distributing their water throughout their community. By adapting the model to any changes between locations, it could be a valuable tool in solving similar utility distribution problems in other situations.