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25-Mar-2021Accessibility and connectivity criteria for assessing walkability: an application in Qazvin, IranJabbari, Mona; Fonseca, Fernando Pereira da; Ramos, Rui A. R.ArticleOpen access
2020Assessing the pedestrian network conditions in two cities: the cases of Qazvin and PortoJabbari, Mona; Fonseca, Fernando Pereira da; Ramos, Rui A. R.Book partRestricted access (UMinho)
2022Built environment attributes and their influence on walkabilityFonseca, Fernando Pereira da; Ribeiro, Paulo; Conticelli, E., et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
12-Sep-2018Combining multi-criteria and space syntax analysis to assess a pedestrian network: an application for pedestrian network of Porto (Portugal) and Qazvin (Iran)Jabbari, MonaDoctoral thesisOpen access
Dec-2018Combining multi-criteria and space syntax analysis to assess a pedestrian network: the case of OportoJabbari, M.; Fonseca, F.; Ramos, Rui A. R.ArticleOpen access
22-Feb-2022Defining a digital system for the pedestrian network as a conceptual implementation frameworkJabbari, Mona; Ahmadi, Zahra; Ramos, Rui A. R.ArticleOpen access
Mar-2021Levels and characteristics of utilitarian walking in the central areas of the cities of Bologna and PortoFonseca, Fernando Pereira da; Conticelli, Elisa; Papageorgiou, George, et al.ArticleOpen access
25-Jul-2022Perceived walkability and respective urban determinants: insights from Bologna and PortoFonseca, Fernando Pereira da; Papageorgiou, George; Tondelli, Simona, et al.ArticleOpen access
2020Smart pedestrian network: an integrated conceptual model for improving walkabilityFonseca, Fernando Pereira da; Ribeiro, Paulo; Jabbari, Mona, et al.Conference paperOpen access
Dec-2022The pedestrian network concept: A systematic literature reviewJabbari, Mona; Fonseca, Fernando Pereira da; Smith, Goran, et al.ArticleOpen access
Jun-2021Use and perceptions of pedestrian navigation apps: findings from Bologna and PortoFonseca, Fernando Pereira da; Conticelli, E.; Papageorgiou, G., et al.ArticleOpen access