Keith Bartholomew
Keith Bartholomew
Associate Professor of City & Metropolitan Planning, University of Utah
Verifierad e-postadress på arch.utah.edu
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Growing cooler: The evidence on urban development and climate change
R Ewing, K Bartholomew, S Winkelman, J Walters, D Chen, B McCann, ...
Urban Land Institute, 1997
8051997
Growing cooler: The evidence on urban development and climate change
R Ewing, K Bartholomew, S Winkelman, J Walters, D Chen, B McCann, ...
Urban Land Institute, 1997
7631997
Hedonic price effects of pedestrian-and transit-oriented development
K Bartholomew, R Ewing
Journal of Planning Literature 26 (1), 18-34, 2011
2112011
Land use-transportation scenario planning: promise and reality
K Bartholomew
Transportation 34 (4), 397-412, 2007
1362007
Land use–transportation scenarios and future vehicle travel and land consumption: A meta-analysis
K Bartholomew, R Ewing
Journal of the American Planning Association 75 (1), 13-27, 2008
982008
Service-learning in nonprofit organizations: Motivations, expectations, and outcomes.
N Basinger, K Bartholomew
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 12 (2), 15-26, 2006
862006
Eight Qualities of Pedestrian-and Transit-Oriented Design
R Ewing
Urban Land: The magazine of the Urban Land Institute, 2013
762013
Assessing social equity in distance based transit fares using a model of travel behavior
S Farber, K Bartholomew, X Li, A Páez, KMN Habib
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 67, 291-303, 2014
622014
Crowdsourcing public participation in transit planning: preliminary results from the next stop design case
DC Brabham, TW Sanchez, K Bartholomew
TRB 89th Annual Meeting Compendium, 2010
572010
Urban development and climate change
R Ewing, K Bartholomew, S Winkelman, J Walters, G Anderson
Journal of Urbanism 1 (3), 201-216, 2008
512008
Accessibility planning in American metropolitan areas: Are we there yet?
DG Proffitt, K Bartholomew, R Ewing, HJ Miller
Urban Studies 56 (1), 167-192, 2019
282019
Response to Special Report 298 Driving and the built environment: the effects of compact development on motorized travel, energy use, and CO2 emissions
R Ewing, AC Nelson, K Bartholomew, P Emmi, B Appleyard
Journal of Urbanism 4 (1), 1-5, 2011
252011
Land use-transportation scenario planning: A meta-analysis
K Bartholomew, R Ewing
Journal of the American Planning Association 75 (1), 1-15, 2009
232009
Cities and Accessibility: The Potential for Carbon Reduction and the Need for National Leadership
K Bartholomew
Fordham Urb. LJ 36, 159, 2009
222009
Costs of sprawl
R Ewing, S Hamidi
Routledge, 2017
202017
Integrating land use issues into transportation planning: Scenario planning
K Bartholomew
202005
Integrating Land Use Issues into Transportation Planning: Scenario Planning—Summary Report
K Bartholomew
Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, US Department of Transportation, 2005
182005
The evolution of American nongovernmental land use planning organizations
K Bartholomew
Journal of the American Planning Association 65 (4), 357-363, 1999
181999
Comparing land use forecasting methods: Expert panel versus spatial interaction model
R Ewing, K Bartholomew
Journal of the American Planning Association 75 (3), 343-357, 2009
132009
A tale of two cities
KA Bartholomew
Transportation 22 (3), 273-293, 1995
111995
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