New urbanism is a response to prevent the decline and erosion of settlements, attention to local and regional capacity, and return to identity. Villages are in constant contact and interaction with the city, and this interaction is ongoing in all areas. Undoubtedly, rural development is not possible in all social, economic, managerial, and physical dimensions, regardless of the city. The study aims to implement the principles of urbanism in Ardabil based on the performance of surrounding rural settlements in the framework of modern urban planning. Accordingly, a questionnaire was prepared. The components include managerial, physical, socio-cultural, economic, and environmental components. The statistical sample of this research is fifty managers and executives, village heads, professors, and elites of Ardabil city. The most impact on the decision-making system on the management of rural and suburban areas is that the same number of questionnaires have been completed, data analysis in SPSS software and ANP method and using statistical tests T, results. The results show that according to the relative importance coefficient obtained from the ANP method, managerial components (0.0448), socio-cultural components (0.0445), economic components (0.0428), physical components (0.0403), and environmental components (0.0276) respectively have the most to the least impact on the implementation of the principles of urbanism in the city of Ardabil on the surrounding villages.
Maleki, Lotfollah; Mahmoudi, Ayyoub; Hashemi masoomabad, Reza; and Fathi, Ghasem
"Analyzing and Evaluating the Effect of Implementing the Principles of New Urbanism on Ardabil and Its Peripheral Villages,"
Emirates Journal for Engineering Research: Vol. 27:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/ejer/vol27/iss2/1