Current Urban Studies

Current Urban Studies

ISSN Print: 2328-4900
ISSN Online: 2328-4919
www.scirp.org/journal/cus
E-mail: cus@scirp.org
"Riyadh Development Plans in the Past Fifty Years (1967-2016)"
written by Saleh Al-Hathloul,
published by Current Urban Studies, Vol.5 No.1, 2017
has been cited by the following article(s):
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[8] The Characteristics of Livable Streets: A Study of Physical Aspects of two streets in Riyadh
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[9] Assessment of ratio of parents preferring general anesthesia in treating children more than 5 years indicated for full mouth rehabilitation
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[10] Modeling the Modal Shift Towards a More Sustainable Transport by Stated Preference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Sustainability 2021, 13, 337
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[11] Following the process: unfolding how form-based code—as a travelling concept—has been adapted within the social, cultural, and architectural context of Riyadh
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[12] Prioritizing green consumer purchasing attributes: an interpretive structural modelling methodology
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[13] Identifying the Gap between Lecturer Competencies and Student Learning Outcomes in the Challenging Era of the 21st Century
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[14] The Impacts of Building Regulations on the Thermal Performance and Energy Consumption of Residential Buildings in Riyadh City-Saudi Arabia
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[15] Evaluation of E-Government Effectiveness in Tehran Water and Wastewater Company
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[16] Incidence of Allergy to Antibiotics During the Period Of 2019-2020-A Retrospective Study
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[17] Gender variation in Gulf Pidgin Arabic
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[18] Archive Wars
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[19] Preserving the modernist vernacular in the Middle East
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[20] Urban Acupuncture in Large Cities: Filtering Framework to Select Sensitive Urban Spots in Riyadh for Effective Urban Renewal
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[21] The Dilemma of Saudi Arabian Homes in Riyadh
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[22] Energy Transition in Metropolises, Rural Areas, and Deserts
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[23] FROM OASIS TO METROPOLIS: A STUDY ON THE URBAN DEVELOPMENT TRENDS IN RIYADH AND DUBAI
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[24] Transition énergétique dans les métropoles, la ruralité et le désert
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[25] Public space and the challenge of urban transformation in cities of emerging economies: Jeddah case study
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[27] Urban Infrastructure
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[28] THE APPLICATION OF INNOVATIVE GEOMETRIC DESIGNS TO ADDRESS PLANNING, FUNDING AND LAND USE CHALLENGES
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[29] Behavioural intentions to use the Riyadh City Metro: A stated choice analysis
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[30] Introducing public transport and relevant strategies in Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia: a stakeholders' perspective
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[31] UNDEVELOPED LAND: DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY OR PLANNING PROBLEM?
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[32] Towards making urban planning practices more effective amid rapid urban growth in Riyadh-Saudi Arabia
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[33] An Institutional Analysis of State-Market Relations in the Saudi Arabian Housing System: A Case Study of Riyadh
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[34] Applying complete streets concept in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: opportunities and challenges
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[35] Potential Demand for Public Transport in Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia
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