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The impact of urban arterial cross-section on abutting property values and rents. the case of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The impact of urban arterial cross-section on abutting property values and rents. the case of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
The impact of urban arterial cross-section on abutting property values and rents. the case of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
There are claims that service roads (frontage roads) reduce the rent and value of adjacent commercial properties. Using Riyadh, the Capital of Saudi Arabia, as a case study, this research has found no statistically significant relationship between the presence of service roads and land values and shop rents.

urban arterial cross section, property values, saudi arabia
0967-070X
49-56
McDonald, Michael
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Hassounah, Mazen
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Alskait, Khalid
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McDonald, Michael
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Hassounah, Mazen
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Alskait, Khalid
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McDonald, Michael, Hassounah, Mazen and Alskait, Khalid (1997) The impact of urban arterial cross-section on abutting property values and rents. the case of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Transport Policy, 4 (1), 49-56. (doi:10.1016/S0967-070X(96)00029-7).

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Abstract

There are claims that service roads (frontage roads) reduce the rent and value of adjacent commercial properties. Using Riyadh, the Capital of Saudi Arabia, as a case study, this research has found no statistically significant relationship between the presence of service roads and land values and shop rents.

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Published date: January 1997
Keywords: urban arterial cross section, property values, saudi arabia

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Local EPrints ID: 75682
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/75682
ISSN: 0967-070X
PURE UUID: 32e2c108-a7f8-4d95-b591-57588386c649

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 17 Jul 2019 00:15

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