ISSN: 2717-4417
Urban Planning
Typology of Knowledge-Based Spaces

Mostafa Dehghani; Gholamreza Haghighat Naeini; Esfandiar Zebardast

Volume 11, Issue 42 , May 2022, , Pages 103-117

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

Abstract
  Highlights - The expression knowledge city has been considered as an umbrella term for other phrases such as place of knowledge, city of learning, and smart city. - Knowledge-based spaces have shifted from a focus on the limited concept of science and technology to an emphasis on the broader social ...  Read More

Urban Transport
Analyzing the casual relationship between built environment and travel behavior in different neighborhood development’s patterns of Tehran (Bime, Moniriye and Golestan districts)

Esfandiar Zebardast; elnaz baghernejhad

Volume 9, Issue 35 , August 2020, , Pages 133-146

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.940

Abstract
  The analysis of the casual relationship between built environments and travel behavior has been a key issue in the literature on transportation and planning. Residential self-selection is an issue that requires greater elaboration in investigations of built environments and travel behavior. It suggests ...  Read More

Regional Planning
Rural-urban linkage analysis in the regional development (Case study: Mashhad Metropolitan Area)

Motahhareh Moghiseh; Esfandyar Zebardast

Volume 8, Issue 30 , May 2019, , Pages 85-96

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2019.931

Abstract
  In regional planning, it is very important to adopt a spatial approach that takes into account all the settlements in the area. In Iran, there is often a one-dimensional look to urban and rural settlements so that the mutual influence between urban and rural settlements is disregarded while, in reality, ...  Read More

Regional Planning
Evaluation and analysis of housing sector in national and regional economic sections Case study of: National and provincial plans in years 2001 and 2011

amirhosein abdollahzadeh; esfandiar zebardast

Volume 6, Issue 24 , November 2017, , Pages 95-108

Abstract
  There are two main approaches to housing planning on national or regional scales: first, comprehensive housing plans and, second, subject-specific housing plans. Comprehensive housing plans bear a significant flaw: their lack of economic evaluation, which only comes at the end of the planning process. ...  Read More

Urban Management
Exploring the Relationship between Length of Residence and Place-Identity Formation in New Urban Development (Case Study: District 22 of Tehran)

P A; M A; E Z

Volume 3, Issue 12 , November 2014, , Pages 59-72

Abstract
  This research aims to explore the relationship between the length of residence and the place-identity formation in new urban development in the case of the District 22 of Tehran. Based on this, the main contribution and orientation of this article is toward the length of residence among the other important ...  Read More

Urban Planning
The Evaluation of Urban Development Plans Based on Interconnectedness and Connectivity Principle using AHP Model Case Study: Imam Ali Square Revitalization Plan in Isfahan

m e; e z

Volume 3, Issue 11 , August 2014, , Pages 19-36

Abstract
  In this article, factors influencing the integrity of the historic fabric of urban development projects are studied. Integration is one of the main features of the historic fabric of cities with hot and dry climates which is influenced by urban development projects. Reviewing theoretical and empirical ...  Read More