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Shima Hamidi

I am a transportation planner and a smart growth advocate and over the past several years, I have developed expertise in measuring urban form and its quality of life impacts. I have published extensively on walkability, non-motorized transportation, public transit, housing and transportation affordability, public health, life expectancy, upward mobility, traffic safety, self-selection, polycentricity, and land-use premiums with respect to transit.

Measuring The Impacts Of Transit And Walking Amenities On Robust Local Knowledge Economy

The knowledge economy accounts for more than 10% of U.S. employment and almost 20% of national GDP. Not only limited to the U.S., Eurostat 2020 also aims to increase the investment in Knowledge Intensive Business Services (KIBS) to bypass the […]