ISSN: 2717-4417
Urban Transport
Assessment of Public Transportation and BRT lines of Esfahan Metropolis in accordance with BRT Standard 2016

Mahdi Allahdadi; Ali Shamaei; Farzaneh sasanpour

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 3-14

  The issue of transportation is regarded as one of the most important human needs. Two general solutions are applied today to urban traffic problems: demand management and supply management. Demand management is adopted to eliminate or reduce travel, and supply management is aimed at optimal use of the ...  Read More

Urban Economy
Estimation of tourists willingness to pay and factors affecting it (Case Study: Marivan lake Zaribar)

Sana mostafazadeh; Fateh Habibi; ahmad Mohammadi

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 15-26

  At micro level, valuation studies provide access to information concerning the structures and functions of ecosystems and their diverse, complex role in support of human convenience. At macro level, ecosystem valuation can contribute to development and modification of human convenience factors and sustainable ...  Read More

Urban Transport
Ranking of traffic congestion pricing schemes in tourist metropolises: Case study of Mashhad

masoud kadkhodaei; rouzbeh shad

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 27-38

  With the ever-increasing production of private cars, there has been far heavier traffic flowing through the streets of large cities, causing problems such as increased air pollution and increased travel time and latency in urban trips. Congestion pricing provides a way of managing traffic congestion ...  Read More

Passive Defense
Evaluation of Entrance Design Indicators of Metro Station in the Historical Context of Tehran, According to Passive Defense principles

Ahmad Danaeinia; Morteza Majidi

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 39-50

  One of the most important challenges in historic areas and perhaps the most important concern in urban management involves the design of an appropriate transportation system for provision of better facilities with minimal intervention. It is therefore an inevitable necessity to provide access to a convenient, ...  Read More

Urban Design
The relationship between height of tall buildings and mental health of citizens (Case study: Saeediyeh complex of Hamadan)

Mehrdad Karimimoshaver; hasan sajjadzadeh; hossein troosheh

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 51-62

  This study addressed the relationship between high-rise buildings (as part of the urban environment) and mental health (one of the three major aspects of health: physical, psychological, and social), investigating citizens’ points of view on the high-rise Saeedieh Condominium in Hamadan, Iran. ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
Comparative Study of Spatial Patterns and Cognitive Characteristics of the Iranian Bazar Using "Space Syntax" and "Gestalt" Theories (Case Study: Qazvin)

maryam kiaee

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 63-76

  In addition to their objective, overt aspects, different spaces have subjective, covert dimensions, which cannot be inferred simply through analysis of their physical structures. These features, which are classified as cognitive features of space, are largely influenced by the space users’ types ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Spatial- temporal analysis of robbery occurrence inArdebil

Arastoo Yari hesar; mohammadhasan yazdani; Asghar pashazadeh

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 77-92

  Introduction Robbery is a behavioral and social deviation that has been regarded as a crime and negative, abnormal behavior almost regardless of when and where it has been committed. It is one of the oldest human crimes, observed in various forms in different societies. It is a phenomenon of great importance ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Comparative study of the components affecting the improvement of residential satisfaction in low-income residential complexes (Case studies: Mehr Ghadir, Mehr Farhangian, and Mehr Koy Reza Residential Complexes)

esmaiil zarghami; abdolhamid ghanbaran; pooria saadati vaghar

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 93-108

  Lean construction has attracted plenty of attention during the past decade for provision of housing to the lower class. An important issue that has always appealed to large numbers of architecture and urban construction and planning researchers as post-planning assessments is to what extent and in what ...  Read More

Urban Ecology
Proposing a framework for city’s ecological resilience pattern

SEPIDEH MOVAHED; Manouchehr Tabibian

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 109-126

  Man’s most complex products, cities are confronted with great risks due to both the wide range of risks and changes involved in them and their multiple vulnerabilities. These changes include numerous disorders, some of which are known and predictable, while most are unpredictable and beyond expectation. ...  Read More

Urban Design
The role of proper design of sports complexes in Tehran in increasing the social interactions of the disabled

Behzad Rahmani; Hooman Sobouti

Volume 9, Issue 33 , February 2020, Pages 127-137

  The major responsibility of urban planning is to plan for all the classes of citizens, resulting in a city filled with health, comfort, and beauty, a city convenient for all the social classes. The disabled face a large number of problems living a social life in cities. It always confronts people with ...  Read More