Shima Hamidi
Shima Hamidi
Bloomberg Assistant Professor of American Health, Johns Hopkins University
Verified email at jhu.edu
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Relationship between urban sprawl and physical activity, obesity, and morbidity–Update and refinement
R Ewing, G Meakins, S Hamidi, AC Nelson
Health & place 26, 118-126, 2014
2342014
A longitudinal study of changes in urban sprawl between 2000 and 2010 in the United States
S Hamidi, R Ewing
Landscape and urban planning 128, 72-82, 2014
2092014
Compactness versus sprawl: A review of recent evidence from the United States
R Ewing, S Hamidi
Journal of Planning Literature 30 (4), 413-432, 2015
1672015
Measuring urban sprawl and validating sprawl measures
R Ewing, S Hamidi
Washington, DC: National Institutes of Health and Smart Growth America, 2014
147*2014
Does urban sprawl hold down upward mobility?
R Ewing, S Hamidi, JB Grace, YD Wei
Landscape and Urban Planning 148, 80-88, 2016
1292016
Compact development as a factor in income resilience among shrinking counties in the United States
AC Nelson, S Petheram, R Ewing, P Stoker, S Hamidi
Shrinking Cities: A Global Perspective 71, 301, 20
106*20
Measuring sprawl 2014
RH Ewing, S Hamidi
Smart Growth America, 2014
1032014
Does density aggravate the COVID-19 pandemic? Early findings and lessons for planners
S Hamidi, S Sabouri, R Ewing
Journal of the American Planning Association 86 (4), 495-509, 2020
992020
Measuring sprawl and its impacts: An update
S Hamidi, R Ewing, I Preuss, A Dodds
Journal of Planning Education and Research 35 (1), 35-50, 2015
912015
Urban sprawl as a risk factor in motor vehicle crashes
R Ewing, S Hamidi, JB Grace
Urban Studies 53 (2), 247-266, 2016
662016
The cost and affordability paradox of transit-oriented development: A comparison of housing and transportation costs across transit-oriented development, hybrid and transitá…
JL Renne, T Tolford, S Hamidi, R Ewing
Housing Policy Debate 26 (4-5), 819-834, 2016
492016
The typology of the American metropolis: monocentricity, polycentricity, or generalized dispersion?
AH Hajrasouliha, S Hamidi
Urban geography 38 (3), 420-444, 2017
472017
Structural equation models of VMT growth in US urbanised areas
R Ewing, S Hamidi, F Gallivan, AC Nelson, JB Grace
Urban Studies 51 (14), 3079-3096, 2014
462014
How affordable is HUD affordable housing?
S Hamidi, R Ewing, J Renne
Housing Policy Debate 26 (3), 437-455, 2016
442016
Obesity and the built environment at different urban scales: examining the literature
A Garfinkel-Castro, K Kim, S Hamidi, R Ewing
Nutrition reviews 75 (suppl_1), 51-61, 2017
422017
Compact development and VMT—Environmental determinism, self-selection, or some of both?
R Ewing, S Hamidi, JB Grace
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 43 (4), 737-755, 2016
392016
Do better urban design qualities lead to more walking in Salt Lake City, Utah?
SH Ameli, S Hamidi, A Garfinkel-Castro, R Ewing
Journal of Urban Design 20 (3), 393-410, 2015
362015
Longitudinal analysis of transit's land use multiplier in Portland (OR)
R Ewing, S Hamidi
Journal of the American Planning Association 80 (2), 123-137, 2014
362014
Costs of sprawl
R Ewing, S Hamidi
Taylor & Francis, 2017
342017
Traffic generated by mixed-use developments: Thirteen-region study using consistent measures of built environment
G Tian, R Ewing, A White, S Hamidi, J Walters, JP Goates, A Joyce
Transportation Research Record 2500 (1), 116-124, 2015
332015
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