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Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Kenworthy

Professur für Sustainable Cities

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  • Mo. 14:00 bis 17:00 Uhr

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Jeff Kenworthy

  • BSc. (Hons), PhD Murdoch

  • Professor in Sustainable Cities

  • Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy

  • Murdoch University

Jeff Kenworthy has spent 28 years in the transport and urban planning field and currently teaches courses and supervises postgraduate students in the city policy and urban sustainability fields. He is co-author (with Peter Newman, Felix Laube and others) of a number of books. These include:

  • Cities and Automobile Dependence: An International Sourcebook, a major study comparing 32 cities in Asia, North America, Australia and Europe;
  • Sustainability and Cities: Overcoming Automobile Dependence;
  • An International Sourcebook of Automobile Dependence in Cities, 1960-1990.
  • Back On Track: Rethinking Transport Policy in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Winning Back the Cities

As well, he is author and co-author of over 200 other book chapters and journal publications in the area of city policy. He has extensive experience in the areas of compact housing developments, public transport systems and sustainable transport policy and has worked as a consultant for local, state and federal governments in Australia, as well as private organisations and the World Bank. He has also acted in an advisory capacity in the Premier's Department in WA. Dr Kenworthy has lectured internationally in 20 countries and over 50 cities to universities, government agencies and community organisations on city policy issues.

He was for three and a half years Project Director in ISTP for a large project called the Millennium Cities Database for Sustainable Transport for the International Union (Association) of Public Transport in Brussels (UITP). This study includes 100 developed and developing cities in every part of the world and includes comparative data on urban land use, transport, economics and the environment of cities.

Jeff Kenworthy received the Australian Centenary Medal from the Australian Prime Ministers Office for service to planning and sustainability in relation to public transport and urban form.

Lehre

Ich biete folgenden Lehrveranstaltung an:

  • Sustainable Cities

Forschung

Sustainable Transport for Sustainable Cities

Research focuses on international comparisons of transport and land use in cities through systematic collection of data on population, urban form, private, public and non-motorised transport use, transport infrastructure, transport economics, energy and externalities such as emissions and transport fatalities. His research examines trends in automobile dependence in cities and the factors that underpin this dependence. He is also internationally known for his policy work on creating more sustainable cities and urban transport systems. Current research includes updating the global database and a global mobility monitor for BRIC countries with IFMO/BMW and STRATA in Karlsruhe.

Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Kenworthy

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All publications marked with a * at the beginning are refereed/reviewed publications. See specific comments on publications not in journals or books

  • * Newman, P. W. G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1989) Cities and automobile dependence: An international sourcebookGower, England, September, 388pp
  • * Newman, P.W.G., Kenworthy, J. R. and Lyons, T.J. (1990) Transport energy conservation policies for Australian cities: Strategies for reducing automobile dependence. Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, 6150, 500pp.
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R., with Robinson, L. (1992) Winning back the cities. Australian Consumers Association and Pluto Press, Sydney 49 pp
  • * Newman, P.W.G., Kenworthy, J. R. and Scheurer, J. (1997) Car-Free Copenhagen: Perspectives and ideas for reducing car dependence in Copenhagen.Department of Urban Design, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen and ISTP, Murdoch University.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Laube, F.B. (1999) An International Sourcebook of Automobile Dependence in Cities, 1960-1990, University Press of Colorado, Niwot, Boulder, Colorado. 704 pp.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) Sustainability and Cities: Overcoming Automobile Dependence.Island Press, Washington DC. 442 pp.
  • * Laird, P., Newman, P., Bachels, M. and Kenworthy, J. R. (2001) Back on Track: Rethinking Australian and New Zealand Transport.University of NSW Press, Sydney. 240 pp.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Laube, F. (2001) The Millennium Cities Database for Sustainable Transport. (CDROM Database)International Union (Association) of Public Transport, (UITP), Brussels and Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy (ISTP), Perth. (counted as book because it was 3.5 years work, thoroughly refereed for data validity by UITP in Brussels and does not fit other categories)
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (1986) Transport energy conservation through urban planning and lifestyle changes: Some fundamental choices for Perth. An Invited Review Paper as Background for the Development of a State Conservation Strategy for Western Australia, in "Towards a State Conservation Strategy - Invited Review Papers", McDavitt, C. (Ed.) Department of Conservation and Environment Bulletin No.251 (May) pp 69-99.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (1992) Transport planning in Perth in the 1990s: A decade of healing?In: Urban and Regional Planning in Western Australia: Historical and critical perspectives, Chapter 10; Paradigm Press, Curtin University of Technology
  • * Yiftachel, O. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1992) The planning of metropolitan Perth: Some critical observations.In: Urban and Regional Planning in Western Australia: Historical and critical perspectives, Chapter 8; Paradigm Press, Curtin University of Technology.
  • * Lyons, T.J., Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P.W.G. (1994) The ecology of urban emissions. in Power, H., Moussiopoulos, N. and Brebbia, C.A. Urban Air Pollution (Volume 1) Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, UK
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.R. (1997) Automobile Dependence in Bangkok: An International Comparison With Implications for Planning Policies and Air Pollution.In: Fletcher, T. and Michael, A.J. (editors) Health at the Crossroads: Transport Policy and Urban Health, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, England (Chapter 19, pp 215-233).
  • Kenworthy, J. R.R. (1997) City building and transportation around the world. In Register, R. and Peeks, B. Village Wisdom/Future Cities. Ecocity Builders, Oakland, California, pp 32-36.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) The transport energy trade-off: Fuel-efficient traffic versus fuel-efficient cities.In Hayashi, Y. Button, K. and Nijkamp, P. (eds) The Environment and Transport (Chapter 10). Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. (Originally published in 1988 in Transportation Research 22A (3) 163-174).
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) Transport and urban form in thirty-two of the world's principal cities.In Banister, D., Button, K. and Nijkamp, P. (Eds) (1999) Environment, Land Use and Urban Policy. Environmental Analysis and Economic Policy 2. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. (Originally published in 1991 in Transport Reviews 11 (3) 249-272).
  • * Raad, T. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) The US and Us.In Pitzl, G.R. (ed) (1999) Annual Editions "Geography", Canadian Edition. Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, Connecticut, USA. Originally published in Alternatives 24 (1), 14-22.
  • * Newman, P.W.G., Kenworthy, J. R. and Laube, F. (1999) The Global City and Sustainability - Perspectives from Australian Cities and a Survey of 37 Global Cities. In Brotchie, J., Newton, P., Hall, P. and Dickey, J. (Eds) East-West Perspectives of 21st Century Urban Development: Sustainable Eastern and Western Cities in the New Millennium. Ashgate, Aldershot, England, pp 327-354.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (2000) Sustainable urban form: The big picture. In: Williams, K., Burton, E. and Jenks, M. Achieving Sustainable Urban Form. E and FN Spon, London, pp-109-120.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2000) Building More Livable Cities by Overcoming Automobile Dependence: An International Comparative Review. In Sustaining Human Settlement: A Challenge for the New Millennium. Lawrence, R (ed). Urban International Press, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. (pp271-314).
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. R. and Laube F. B. (2000) Do different cities share the same issues? Sustainable Transport in Sustainable Cities: A Series of Projects. Project 1: The State of Play - Technical Papers Chapter 17, pp141-152. The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering, University of Sydney.
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (2001) Impacts of Recent Trend on Urban Transport.In Cities in a Globalizing World: Global Report on Human Settlements 2001 Chapter 11, pp128-133. United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (Habitat). Published by Earthscan, London. (The chapter is a synthesis by Brian Williams (UNCHS - Habitat), based on Impacts of Globalization on Urban Transportation, background paper by P Newman and J. Kenworthy, and Transport in the 21st Century, a background paper prepared by Paulo Camara, Maunsell Transport Planning, Birmingham, UK).
  • * Barter, P, Kenworthy, J. R. and Laube, F. (2003) Lessons from Asia on Sustainable Urban Transport. In Low, N. and Gleeson, B. Making Urban Transport Sustainable, Chapter 15, pp 252-270. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2003) Automobile Dependence in Bangkok: An International Comparison with Implications for Planning Policies.In Whitelegg, J. and Haq, G. (editors) The Earthscan Reader on Transport Policy and Practice. Chapter 6 pp 61-77.Earthscan Publications, London.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R., Murray-Leach, R. and Townsend, C. (2005) Sustainable Urban Transport.In: Hargroves, K.C. and Smith, M.H. The Natural Advantage of Nations: Business Opportunities, Innovation and Governance in the 21st Century. Chapter 19, pp 371-386. Earthscan Publications, London.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. R. (2005) Sustainable urban transport: Developing sustainability rankings and clusters based on an international comparison of cities.In Handbook of Sustainability Research, Chapter 16. Peter Lang Scientific Publishers, Frankfurt.
  • Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (2006) Sustainable Urban Form: Transport Infrastructure and Transport Policies.(in press).
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Townsend, C. (2007)  IA Comparative Perspective on Urban Transport and Emerging Environmental Problems in Middle-Income Cities. in: P.J. Marcotullio and G. McGranahan (Eds.),Scaling Urban Environmental Challenges: From Local to Global and Back. pp 206-234, Earthscan, London.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. R. (2007) Energy Use and CO2 Production in The Urban Passenger Transport Systems of 84 International Cities: Findings and Policy Implications.Droege, P. (ed) Urban Energy Transitions. Elsevier (in press)
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1980, a) Public and private transport in Australian cities: I. An analysis of existing patterns and their energy implications.Transport Policy and Decision Making, 1: 133-148.
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1980, b) Public and private transport in Australian cities: II. The potential for energy conservation through land use change.Transport Policy and Decision Making 1: 149-167.
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1980, c) Land use planning for transport energy conservation in Australian cities, Search 11 (11) 367-376.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1984) The use and abuse of driving cycle research: Clarifying the relationship between traffic congestion, energy and emissions.Transportation Quarterly 38 (4) 615-635.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1985) Lead in petrol: An environmental case study, Supplement to the Journal of Environmental Education and Information 4 (1) 1-56
  • * Newman, P.W.G., Kenworthy, J. R., and Lyons,T.J. (1985) Transport energy use in the Perth Metropolitan Region: Some urban policy implications, Urban Policy and Research 3 (2) 4-15.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R., Rainford, H., Newman, P.W.G. and Lyons,T.J., (1986) Fuel consumption, time saving and freeway speed limits.Traffic Engineering and Control, 27 (9) 455-459.
  • * Lyons,T.J., Kenworthy, J. R., Austin, P.I., and Newman, P.W.G. (1986) The development of a driving cycle for fuel consumption and emissions evaluation.Transportation Research-A 20A (6) 447-462.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (1987) Australian cities: Beyond the suburban dream.Habitat Australia, 15 (6) 3-7.
  • * Pitt, D.R., Lyons,T.J., Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1987) Fuel consumption models: An evaluation based on a study of Perth's traffic patterns.Traffic Engineering and Control, 28 (2) 60-69
  • * Pitt, D.R., Lyons,T.J., Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1987) Fuel consumption models: Reply.Traffic Engineering and Control, 28 (6) 409-410
  • * Rainford, H., Lyons,T.J., Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P.W.G. (1987) Fuel consumption and road type.Traffic Engineering and Control, 28 (3) 183-186
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1988) The transport energy trade - off: Fuel - efficient traffic versus fuel - efficient citiesTransportation Research 22A (3) 163-174 (This is an expanded version of Transport Research Paper 1/86 written specifically for Transportation Research and incorporating the results of the international comparison of cities).
  • * Newman, P.W.G., Kenworthy, J. R., and Lyons,T.J. (1988) Does free flowing traffic save energy and lower emissions in cities?Search 19 (5/6) 267-272
  • * Lyons, T.J., Rainford, H., Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P.W.G. (1988) Fuel and time implications of merging traffic at freeway entrances.Applied Mathematical Modelling 12, 226-237
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1989) Gasoline consumption and cities: A comparison of US cities with a global survey and its implications.Journal of the American Planning Association 55 (1) 24-37
  • * Kenworthy, J. R., Newman, P.W.G. and Lyons,T.J. (1989) Urban planning and traffic congestion. Urban Policy and Research 7 (2) 67-80
  • * Lyons, T.J., Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P.W.G. (1990) Urban structure and air pollution. Atmospheric Environment 24B (1), 43-48
  • * Lyons, T.J., Pitts, R.O. Blockley, J.A., Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P.W.G. (1990) Motor vehicle emission inventory for the Perth airshed. Journal of the Royal Society of W.A. 72 (3) 67-74
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P.W.G. (1990) Cities and transport energy: Lessons from a global survey. Ekistics 57 (344/45) 258-268
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (1991) From urban consolidation to urban villages.Urban Policy and Research 9 (1), 96-100.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1991) Transport and urban form in thirty-two of the world's principal cities. Transport Reviews 11 (3) 249-272
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Yiftachel, O. (1991) Problems and prospects in the planning of metropolitan Perth. Papers in Architecture and Planning Research, Working Paper 14, Centre for Architecture and Planning Research, School of Architecture and Planning, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, June.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.(1991) The land use/transit connection in Toronto: Some lessons for Australian cities.Australian Planner 29 (3), 149-154
  • * McGlynn, G., Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1991) Land use and transport: The missing link in urban consolidation.Urban Futures Special Issue No. 1, July, 8-18
  • * Kenworthy, J. R., Newman, P.W.G. and Lyons,T.J. (1992) The ecology of urban driving - I: Methodology. Transportation Research 26A, (3), 263- 272
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1992) Transit-oriented urban villages: Design model for the 90s. Urban Futures, 2 (1), 50-58
  • * Newman, P.W.G., Kenworthy, J. R., and Lyons,T.J. (1992) The ecology of urban driving - II: Driving cycles across a city, their validation and implications. Transportation Research 26A, (3 ), 273-290
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1992) Is there a role for physical planning? Counterpoint, Journal of the American Planning Association, Summer, 353-362
  • * Newman, P., Kenworthy, J. R. and Vintila, P. (1993) Can we build better cities?: Physical planning in an age of urban cynicism.Urban Futures 3 (2) 17-24
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1994) Toronto - Paradigm regained.Australian, Planner 31 (3), 137-147.
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1994) Key factors in determining levels of urban car travel demand, Transportation Planning Systems 2 (4) 7-19
  • * Newman, P. Kenworthy, J. R. and Vintila, P. (1995) Can we overcome automobile dependence?: Physical planning in an age of urban cynicism, Cities 12 (1), 53-65
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1995) Consolidation propaganda. Urban Policy and Research, 13 (4), 273-274
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.R. (1995) Automobile dependence in Bangkok: An international comparison with implications for planning policies.World Transport Policy and Practice 1 (3), 31-41.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R., Newman, P.W.G., Barter, P. and Poboon, C. (1995) Is increasing automobile dependence inevitable in booming economies?: Asian cities in an international context.IATSS Research 19 (2), 58-67.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1995) The potential for the application of policies to influence urban car travel demand, Transportation Planning Systems 3 (1) 33- 51.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R.R. (1996) The land use-transport connection: An overview.Land Use Policy 13 (1) 1-22
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1996) Urban forms and car use.Les Cahiers de l'IAURIF: L'automobile dans la ville. No. 114 and 115: 98-109.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.R. and Laube, F.B. (1996) Automobile dependence in cities: An international comparison of urban transport and land use patterns with implications for sustainability. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Special Issue: Managing Urban Sustainability 16 (4-6), 279-308.
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1997) More cars in cities-Not!Conservation Matters, Journal of the Conservation Law Foundation IV (1), 28-30
  • * Raad, T. and Kenworthy, J. R.R. (1998) The US and Us.Alternatives 24 (1), 14-22.
    * Kenworthy, J. R.R. and Laube, F.B. (1999) Patterns of automobile dependence in cities: An international overview of key physical and economic dimensions with some implicationsfor urban policy.Transportation Research A 33, 691-723.
  • * Laube, F. B., Kenworthy, J. R. R. and Zeibots, M. E. (1999) Towards a Science of Cities: City Observation and Formulation of a City Theory.In Hesse, M. (1999) Siedlungsstrukturen, räumliche Mobilität and Verkehr: Auf dem Weg zur nachhaltigkeit in Stadtregionen? IRS Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung. Berlin
  • * Schiller, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) Prospects for sustainable transportation in the Pacific Northwest: A comparison of Vancouver, Seattle and Portland. World Transport Policy and Practice 5 (1), 30-38.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Laube, F. (1999) A global review of energy use in urban transport systems and its implications for urban transport and land use policy. Transportation Quarterly 53 (4), 23-48.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) Costs of automobile dependence: Global Survey of Cities.Transportation Research Record 1670, 17-26 (Paper No. 99-1374).
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (2000) The ten myths of automobile dependence.World Transport Policy and Practice 6 (1), 15-25.
  • * Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (2001) Transportation energy in global cities: sustainable transportation comes in from the cold. Natural Resources Forum, 25, 91-107.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2001) The Millennium Cities Database for Sustainable Transport.Soziale Technik. 4:17-18.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2002) Traffic 2042 - a more global perspective.Transport Policy 9 (2002) 11-15.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.R., and Townsend, C. (2002) An international comparative perspective on motorisation in urban China: Problems and prospects. IATSS Research 26 (2), 99-109
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.R, and Hu, G. (2002) Transport and urban form in Chinese cities: An international and comparative policy perspective with implications for sustainable urban transport in China.DISP 151, 4-14
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Laube, F. (2002) Urban transport patterns in a global sample of cities and their linkages to transport infrastructure, land use, economics and environment.World Transport Policy and Practice 8 (3), 5-19.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Laube, F. (2002) Travel Demand Management: The potential for enhancing urban rail opportunities and reducing automobile dependence in cities.World Transport Policy and Practice 8 (3), 20-37.
  • * Lyons, T.J, Kenworthy, J. R.R, Moy, C. and dos Santos, F. (2003) An international urban air pollution model for the transportation sector.Transportation Research D (Environment), 8: 159-167.
  • * Cameron, I., Kenworthy, J. R.R., and Lyons, T.J. (2003) Understanding and predicting private motorised urban mobility.Transportation Research Part D 8, 267-283.
  • * Cameron, I., Lyons, T.J. and KENWORTHY, J.R. (2004) Trends in vehicle kilometres of travel in world cities, 1960-1990: Underlying drivers and policy responses.Transport Policy 11, 287-298.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.R. and Laube, F.B. (2005) An international comparative perspective on sustainable transport in European Cities.European Spatial Research and Policy 12 (1), pp. 11-50.
  • * Matsuhashi, K. and Kenworthy, J. R. (2005) The relationship between transport energy consumption and urban population density. City Planning Review 54 (3), 20-23
  • * Newman, P and Kenworthy, J. R. (2006) Urban design to reduce automobile dependence. Opolis 2 (1), 35-52.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2006) The Eco-City: Ten Key Transport and Planning Dimensions for Sustainable City Development.Environment and Urbanization Special Issue, 67-85, April.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2007) Urban planning and transport paradigm shifts for cities of the post-petroleum age. Journal of Urban Technology, 14 (2), 1-24.
  • Newman, P.W.G. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1991) Towards a more sustainable Canberra: An assessment of Canberra's transport, energy and land use.Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, 6150, April. 157pp
  • Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1991) Moving Melbourne: A public transport strategy for inner Melbourne.Inner Metropolitan Regional Association, Victoria and Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, 6150, 64pp (Main Report)
  • Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1991) Inner metropolitan Melbourne in context: Transport and land use data in a global cities comparison.Moving Melbourne, Technical Paper 1, Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia. (46pp)
  • Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1991) Constraints and opportunities: Issues surrounding the development of a public transport strategy for inner Melbourne.Moving Melbourne, Technical Paper 2, Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia. (73pp)
  • Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1991) Community response: Issues, problems and solutions. Moving Melbourne, Technical Paper 3, Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia. (57pp + appendices)
  • * McGlynn, G., Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1991) Towards better cities: Reurbanisation and transport energy scenarios.Australian Commission for the Future, October. (review by committee)
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1992) The economic and wider community benefits of the proposed East Perth redevelopment. A commissioned report to the East Perth Redevelopment Authority, ISTP, Murdoch University, July. (review by committee)
  • * Newman, P., Kenworthy, J. R. and Vintila, P. (1992) Housing, transport and urban form. Background Paper 15 + Appendices for the National Housing Strategy, Commonwealth of Australia ((review by committee)
  • Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1993) Automobile dependence: The irresistible force? Commissioned report for the University of Technology, Sydney, Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Murdoch University (49pp).
  • * Newman, P., Diver, G. and Kenworthy, J. R. and Ross, W. (1996) Evaluation of 'Better Cities' Environmental Component.Institute for Science and Technology Policy, (review by committee).
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.R., Laube, F.B., Newman, P.W.G. and Barter, P.A. (1997) Indicators of transport efficiency in 37 global cities.A Report for the World Bank, ISTP, Murdoch University, February (review by committee).
  • * Bachels, M, Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) Indicators of urban transport efficiency in New Zealand’s main cities: An international city comparison of transport, land use and economic indicators.Institute for Science and Technology Policy, March (review by committee).
  • * Scheurer, J., Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) Can rail pay? Light rail transit and urban redevelopment with value capture funding and joint development mechanisms. ISTP, Murdoch University, Murdoch WA. (illustrated CD and hardcopy report) (review by committee)
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (2001) Melbourne in an International Comparison of Urban Transport Systems. A Report to the Department of Infrastructure, Melbourne as part of the Melbourne Strategy.Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy, Perth, 62pp (review by committee).
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2002) A global perspective on urban transport: Shaping the future of urban settlements with rail-based public transport systems.A Commissioned Report to the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), Berne, Switzerland. Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy (ISTP), Perth, Western Australia (pp 196) (review by committee).
  • Kenworthy, J. R. (2003) Sustainable Urban Transport and Land Use Patterns for More
    Sustainable Cities in Australia: Some Key Policy Implications from An International Comparative Study: A Submission to The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Environment and Heritage Inquiry into Sustainable Cities 2025.
    Canberra. (56 pp) (published on website for the inquiry).
  • Kenworthy, J. R. (2004) Developing a National Focus on Urban Public Transport to Reduce Car Dependence and Improve the Sustainability of Australian Cities.A Report for the national PTMG (reviewed by large national committee with representatives from each State).
  • * Scheurer, J., Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (2005) Most liveable and best connected? The economics of investing in public transport in Melbourne.A Policy Document for the Melbourne Transport Forum. Metropolitan Transport Forum, Melbourne.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1982) A driving cycle for Perth: Methodology and preliminary results.Presented to "Joint SAE -A/ARRB Second Conference on Traffic, Energy and Emissions", Melbourne, May 19-21 (SAE paper 82149).
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1982) The use and abuse of driving cycles.Presented to "Joint SAE -A/ARRB Second Conference on Traffic, Energy and Emissions" Melbourne, May 19-21 (SAE paper 82150).
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. and Newman, P. (1987) Learning from The Best and Worst: Transportation and Land Use lessons From Thirty-Two International Cities With Implications for Gasoline Use and Emissions. Eighth Annual Pedestrian Conference in Boulder, Colorado, September. (also re-published with permission in the Proceedings of the Liveable Cities for Florida’s Future conference in Gainesville, Florida , May, 1988 pp 27-54.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R.R. (1995) Automobile Dependence in Bangkok: An International Comparison With Implications for Planning Policies and Air Pollution.Presented to: "Health at the Crossroads: Transport Policy and Urban Health": Fifth Annual Public Health Forum, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, April 4-7.
  • * Laube, F.B., Kenworthy, J. R. and Zeibots, M.E. (1998) Towards a city science: City observation and formulation of a city theory.Presented to Wissenschaftliches Kolloquium 'Siedlung und Verkehr', Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung, Erkner bei Berlin, 6. November 1998.
  • * Laube, F. B., Kenworthy, J. R. R. and Zeibots, M. E. (1999) Towards a Science of Cities: City Observation and Formulation of a City Theory, Paper presented in Tequisquiapan, Queretaro, Mexico for a workshop on ‘How can cities become more sustainable?’, 11 March 1999.
  • * Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. R. (1999) ‘Relative speed’ not ‘time savings’: A new indicator for sustainable transport.Papers of the 23rd Australasian Transport Research Forum, Perth Western Australia, 29 September - 1 October, 425-440 (Volume 23, Part 1).
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2001) Public Transport Cities are Successful Cities: An International Perspective on Motorisation in Urban China.Refereed Proceedings of the Third Sino-Swiss Symposium on Sustainable Urban Development and Public Transportation Planning, Kunming, China, 24-26 October, 2001, pp40-65 (Chinese version pp 20-39). Published by City of Zurich, Industrielle Betriebe, Beatenplatz 2, Postfach 8023 Zurich.
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2003) Transport Energy Use and Greenhouse Gases in Urban Passenger
    Transport Systems: A Study of 84 Global Cities.
    Presented to the international Third Conference of the Regional Government Network for Sustainable Development, Notre Dame University, Fremantle, Western Australia, September 17-19, 2003. 
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2003) Energy use in urban transport systems: A global review. In Ulgiati, S. (Editor in Chief) 3rd Biennial International Workshop - Advances in Energy Studies: Reconsidering the Importance of Energy. SGE Ditoriali, Padova (Conference held in Porto Venere, Italy, 24-28 September, 2002).
  • * Kenworthy, J. R. (2004) The Eco-City: Ten Key Dimensions for Sustainable City Development. Presented to International Forum on Vision and Strategy of an Ecocity: Seogwipo City, Jeju Province, South Korea, October 29-30, 2004.
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