ISSN: 2322-2875
Urban Planning
1. Analysis of project stakeholders communication in an urban non-level intersection in Urmia using the power and interest matrix and social network analysis

Hani Arbabi; Siyamak Alishahi; Mohammad-Hosein Sobhiyah; Sahar Taheripour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 October 2020

Abstract
  Urban development projects have many different opponents due to their direct relationship with the people of the city as well as other stakeholders, and it is key to pay attention to stakeholder management in their success. In this regard, accurate and complete identification of stakeholders and identification ...  Read More

Urban Planning
2. Scale analysis of urban regeneration projects and its effects on the quality of life of residents with emphasis on the Iran experience

majid rousta; mohamad Soleimani; mozafar sarafi; mojtaba rafiyan

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 11 March 2021

Abstract
  One of the most important challenges of today's metropolises is the existence of unhealthy and poor urban neighborhoods in the peripheries areas. A set of regeneration policies and plans to meet such a challenge over the twentieth century has sought to create a better quality of life for residents ...  Read More

Urban Planning
3. A post-implementation assessment of flagship developments impacts on urban neighborhoods: Case study, of Godal- Mosalla neighborhood, Yazd city, Iran

Mohammad Mehdi Azizi; Bahare Bahra

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 January 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.172

Abstract
  Abstract: Urban development with the development of inner neighborhoods is an attempt to restore urban life to the deteriorated areas of cities. In order to facilitate this process, planning and implementation of flagship development has been considered as one of the policies used to urban neighborhoods ...  Read More

Urban Planning
4. Environmental Impact Assessment of Large Commercial Complexes in Metropolises Using RIAM and EMP, Case Study of Arg Commercial Center

Soroush Khalili; Jamileh Tavakolinia; Naghmeh Mobarghei Dinan; Hamid Soltaninejad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 25 February 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.973

Abstract
  In recent decades, spatial changes due to the expansion of commercial use in cities have doubled the role of spatial planning in the city. If large commercial centers are not located and built in the proper places of the city, they will create numerous environmental problems. Arg commercial center of ...  Read More

Urban Planning
5. Typology of Knowledge-Based Spaces

Mostafa Dehghani; Gholamreza Haghighat Naeini; Esfandiar Zebardast

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 January 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.357

Abstract
  Today, due to the need to use effective, open and participatory innovative solutions and use ICT capabilities to create sustainable life in cities and respond to the wants and needs of citizens, Gradually, different types of concepts have been formed under the title of knowledge-based spaces with different ...  Read More

Urban Planning
6. Scenario of physical and functional effects of Shandiz tourism city development

Mozhgan Sabet Teimouri; ali alizadeh Zoeram; sajedeh baghban

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 November 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.461

Abstract
  The city of Shandiz in the province of Khorasan Razavi is one of the tourism destinations of the province because of its various tourist attractions. Hence, the analysis of Shandiz tourism activities is necessary for sustainable tourism development. The formation and expansion of tourism in the city ...  Read More

Urban Planning
7. Identification of Factors Influencing Land Readjustment Process in Urban Distressed Areas (Case study: Shiraz City)

fahimeh Namvar Haghighi Shirazi Fard; khalil Hajipour; Amir Hosein Shabani; mahmoud mohammadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 January 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2022.915

Abstract
  In recent decades the increasing growth and development of cities have transformed agricultural lands,increased urban services costs and led urban expansion. Also, the deterioration of urban neighborhoods and suburbs due to the lack of willingness of people to live in these neighborhoods, the decline ...  Read More

Urban Planning
8. Investigation the relationship between physical urban environmental Quality and Perceived Stress of Citizen (Case study: Isfahan City)

Seyed Reza Azadeh; Jamal Mohammadi; Hamid Taher Neshat Doost

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.954

Abstract
  ObjectivesThere are growing concerns, worldwide, about interdependencies between city life and mental well-being. Perceived stress is one of the mental disorders induced by urbanization. Today, the built environment and neighborhood's quality in which residents live, is realized as the main source of ...  Read More

Urban Planning
9. Explaining the role of social status of the neighborhood in the tendency to regeneration it by applying the model of structural equations (case study :the middle texture of Arak)

fatemah esmaeilpoor; mohammadhosein saraei; najma esmaeilpoor

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 October 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.840

Abstract
  There has been a segregation of the living space of different classes in cities in relation to their socio-economic base throughout history and in all geographical areas of the world. The urban ecology perspective distinguishes cities from the three aspects of "socio-economic base", "family base" and ...  Read More

Urban Planning
10. Street Renaissance, an explanation of the re-reading of the social life of the central part of Zanjan

isa piri; Leila Hashemi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 15 July 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.932

Abstract
  The present study is based on a dialectical approach, hermeneutic interpretation of the street renaissance as a tool in achieving renaissance strategies and human planning programs focused on improving the quality of biosocial life and improving the daily lives of citizens in urban areas. This study ...  Read More

Urban Planning
11. Identification and Prioritization to Environmental Quality Indicators in Coastal Areas

Mojtaba Rafieian; golkou giahhchi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 June 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.284

Abstract
  The beaches and surrounding areas have always been of interest to human societies. This can be attributed to the existence of two territories of land and water in these areas, which leads to the creation of competitive advantages in the social, economic, physical and other aspects. The considerable demand ...  Read More

Urban Planning
12. Effect of Perceived Residential Environmental Index on Continuous Social Interaction in Bagh Shater Neighborhoods

mohammad hasan saeedi motlagh; naser barati

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 24 October 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.617

Abstract
  IntroductionThe quality of perception of the residential environment as a tool for urban planners to improve and organize the environment, have the ability to provide the necessary context for the formation and promotion of social interaction. The tasks of neighborhood units and neighborhoods can be ...  Read More

Urban Planning
13. A model for the development of cultural tourism in kurdistan province

mehdi karoubi; Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard; soran ahmadizad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 January 2021

Abstract
  Tourism is one of the biggest, largest and fastest industry in the world which causes increasing of income, employment and investment in more countries. Tourism development as a cultural event causes effective interaction between tourists and destination to realize and respect each other better.in fact ...  Read More

Urban Planning
14. Typology of Foreign Tourists in Tehran’s Grand Bazaar Using Two-step Cluster Analysis: an Approach to Urban Planning

mohammad ghaffari; mohammad nematpour

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, , Pages 13-26

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.880

Abstract
  Market segmentation is a prerequisite of tourism planning success. Tourist segmentation based on psychological variables is in turn one of the most important, most operational methods in tourism market segmentation. Therefore, the purpose of this descriptive-analytical applied study was to segment the ...  Read More

Urban Planning
15. Assessing the adaptation of urban spaces for persons with disabilities in Ardabil

Arastoo Yari hesar; samira saeidi zarangi; zhila Farzane sadat zaranji; Hadi eskandarieynadin

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, , Pages 117-132

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.746

Abstract
  Individuals’ characteristics and those of age, sex, and social groups should help provide a safe, healthy, sustainable, and attractive environment that can properly respond to the different needs of all groups in the community. The population of the disabled, including people with physical and ...  Read More

Urban Planning
16. Evaluating the Quality of Urban Development Plans in Mid-sized and Large Cities in Iran

Mohammad Mahdi Ghajar Khosravi; Gholam Reza Haghighat Naeeni

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, , Pages 133-145

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.589

Abstract
  The position and importance of urban development plans and their evaluation through various methods remains a significant issue in theoretical and practical areas. Plan quality evaluation is known as an emerging methodology for examination of whether a plan holds certain desirable features, and is aimed ...  Read More

Urban Planning
17. Modeling Urban Land Use Allocation using Spatial Justice Approach Based on the Multi-Objective Optimization Methods

parvaneh jalerajabi; reza ahmadian; Zahra sadat saiedeh Zarabadi

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, , Pages 41-54

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.998

Abstract
  This research was conducted mainly to provide a method based on artificial intelligence algorithms in order to obtain optimal urban land use allocation, subjected to mathematical modeling from the perspective of spatial justice using multi-criteria decision analysis concepts, both parcel-based and floor-based. ...  Read More

Urban Planning
18. Formulating Optimal Size of Cities with Urban Sprawl pattern considering current Trend of Growth (Case study: The Coastal city of Deylam)

Seyed Meysam Rezaee; Seyed Hamidreza Tabibi

Volume 9, Issue 35 , Summer 2020, , Pages 3-18

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.936

Abstract
  After the Industrial Revolution, advancement in industry and technology was coupled with population growth, and rural-urban immigration caused the extreme expansion of cities. Moreover, the rapid growth of urbanization in coastal areas and conflict of interest between the stakeholders has imposed extreme ...  Read More

Urban Planning
19. Studying the Effect of Urban Development Plans on Spatial Configuration of Sultan Mir Ahmad Neighborhood in Kashan

Seyyed Jamal Seyyed Hashemi; Hamidreza Jayhani

Volume 9, Issue 35 , Summer 2020, , Pages 33-46

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.140

Abstract
  In the second half of the past century, urban development programs, including master and comprehensive plans, have led to extensive intervention in ancient cities, while the construction of streets had already led to substantial changes therein. An examination of the interventions indicates their inefficiency ...  Read More

Urban Planning
20. The concept of community in Urban Sociology theories and its application in urban planning

Zahra Azad; Parvin Partovi; Susan Bastani

Volume 9, Issue 35 , Summer 2020, , Pages 87-100

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.865

Abstract
  With the paradigm change in urban planning in the 1980s, the community has assumed a central role. As a result, the community provides the smallest scale for urban planning in recent theories such as communicative planning theory, collaborative planning theory, multicultural planning, transactive planning, ...  Read More

Urban Planning
21. Meta synthesis of Persian scientific-research articles on pedestrian (A review of the years 2001-2018)

Mehdi Moeini; Bahareh Ebrahimpour

Volume 9, Issue 35 , Summer 2020, , Pages 101-116

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2020.959

Abstract
  Following the industrial revolution, the development of urbanization, and the expansion of cities, the oldest form of human movement, i.e. walking, was replaced with the use of automobiles. Therefore, the ease of traverse for pedestrians around cities is less significant now than a century ago. Today, ...  Read More

Urban Planning
22. Identifying the key components of child-based creative tourism, (Case study: Isfahan, the creative city of handicrafts)

boshra mohajer; zahed shafiee; alireza khaje ahmad attari; mohammad taghi toghraee

Volume 9, Issue 35 , Summer 2020, , Pages 75-86

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.395

Abstract
  Tourism is an inclusive, public industry that needs to consider all the sectors of the society regardless of age, race, or gender. Tourism and travel must be accessible to all people, including those with disabilities, the elderly, and children. Therefore, it must be an intrinsic part of any responsible, ...  Read More

Urban Planning
23. Analyzing Conflict of Interest in Large-Scale Participatory Projects with Emphasis on the "Public Private People Partnership" Model (4P) (Case Study: Isfahan Jahannema Citadel Project)

Elham Ghasemi; Mojtaba Rafieian

Volume 9, Issue 34 , Spring 2020, , Pages 90-104

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.887

Abstract
  Urban development is aimed at meeting public interest, but it sometimes leads to conflicts between the goals and accepted results of different groups and contributors. The significance of managing these conflicts as a methodological, practical approach is highlighted by the background of its impacts. ...  Read More

Urban Planning
24. Feasibility of developing a pedestrian network in the central tissue of Shahrekord

hossein mosharaf dehkordi; esmail shieh

Volume 9, Issue 34 , Spring 2020, , Pages 131-142

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.335

Abstract
  Nowadays, it is one of the most important urban development strategies to increase the quality of the environment with the pedestrian approach. Pedestrian networks play an important role in urban regeneration by increasing social and cultural interaction. Sidewalks, which connect people to the environment, ...  Read More

Urban Planning
25. Typology of method of zoning and determining of building density in city comprehensive plans in I.R.Iran

Mohammad Masoud; Shirzad Yazdani; Mostafa Behzadfar

Volume 9, Issue 34 , Spring 2020, , Pages 105-118

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.232

Abstract
  Iran’s urban planning system has undergone many changes in recent decades. An issue that has had a significant impact on the development of Iranian cities has been that of building density in urban development plans. In order to address the issue, the present article was aimed at specifying the ...  Read More