Table of contents for Spatial planning, urban form, and sustainable transport / edited by Katie Williams.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.

 List of figures
 List of tables
 The contributors
1.	Spatial planning, urban form and sustainable transport: an introduction
 Katie Williams
Part A: The impact of urban form in combination with other factors on sustainable transport
2.	The relationship between land use and travel patterns: variations by household type
 Tim Schwanen, Martin Dijst and Frans M Dieleman
3.	A lifestyles approach to investigating residential mobility and travel behaviour 
 Joachim Scheiner and Birgit Kaspar
4.	Spatial analysis and modelling based on activities: a pilot study for Antwerpen and Gent, Belgium
 Hans Tindemans, Dries Van Hofstraeten, Ann Verhetsel and Frank Witlox
5.	Spatial development and leisure mobility in an ageing society
 Birgit Kasper and Joachim Scheiner
6.	Reducing travel by design: what about change over time?
 Robin Hickman and David Banister
Part B: The relationship between different aspects of urban form and sustainable transport
7.	The effects of proximity to infrastructure on employment development: preliminary evidence from the Netherlands
 Kees Maat and Dominic Stead
8.	The compact city as a means of reducing reliance on the car: a model based analysis for a sustainable urban layout
 Mamoru Taniguchi and Taichiro Ikeda
9. 	Patterns of drivers' exposure to particulate matter
 Birgit Krausse and John Mardaljevic
Part C: Sustainable transport policies and their implementation
10.	The Gordian knot: resisting sustainability in urban transport in Australia
 Nicholas Low
11.	Creating liveable streets: developing traffic management guidelines for Western Australia
 Carey Curtis
12.	Integrating land use policy into regional transport planning: the metropolitan planning process in the Central Puget Sound Region of Washington State, USA
 Rocky Piro

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

City planning.
Urban transportation.
Sustainable development.
Land use, Urban.
Spatial behavior.