1 edition of Indicators of transport efficiency in 37 global cities found in the catalog.
Indicators of transport efficiency in 37 global cities
1997 by Murdoch University. Institute for Science and Technology Policy in s.l .
Written in English
|Statement||by Jeff Kenworthy...[et al.].|
|Contributions||Kenworthy, Jeffrey R., 1955-|
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[Jeffrey R Kenworthy; Murdoch University. Institute for Science and Technology Policy.]. For example, transport is implicit in the SDG 11 on Making Cities and Human Settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.
The current global indicator framework proposes 10 transport indicators. 60% of them have an established methodology and data regularly produced. Jeffrey R. Indicators of transport efficiency in 37 global cities book Kenworthy is the author of Indicators of Transport Efficiency in 37 Global Cities ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Sust /5.
The closer a transport system is to its design capacity, the more it is congested, but the more it is profitable as well.
As capacity utilization rises, there is a need to provide additional capital for maintenance and eventually the expansion of transport infrastructure. Taking the Competitiveness Indicators of Campinas (ICC) as a reference, this paper introduces three main contributions: improve the ICC public transport performance indicator; evaluate the performance of Brazilian municipalities over six years and analyses the efficiency vs.
effectiveness strategy for each by: 3. 37 cities left 31 cities left 27 cities left 20 cities left 4 additional cities Elements of˜success: Urban transportation systems of˜24˜global˜cities 8.
Availability Rail Efficiency Public transport Average effective speed during morning rush hour*. Victoria Transport Policy Institute Rudlin Street, Victoria, BC, V8V 3R7, CANADA [email protected] Phone & Fax “Efficiency - Equity - Clarity” Well Measured Developing Indicators for Comprehensive and Sustainable Transport Planning 4 February By Todd Litman, Director Victoria Transport Policy InstituteFile Size: KB.
Urban sustainable transportation indicators for global comparison Article in Ecological Indicators 15(1)– April with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Indicators of urban transport efficiency in New Zealand's main cities: an international city comparison of transport, land use and economic indicators Book Oct Please cite as: Gudmundsson H., Indicators and performance measures for Transportation, Environment and Sustainability in North America.
Report from a German Marshall Fund Fellowship individual study tour October National Environmental Research Institute, Denmark. 87 p. – Research Notes from NERI No. File Size: KB. Indicators to Assess Sustainability of Transport Activities ort Sustainability Performance in the EU27 A.
Dobranskyte-Niskota, A. Perujo, J. Jesinghaus and P. Jensen Economic dimension Social dimension Environmental dimension Institutional dimension Technical/ operational dimensionFile Size: 2MB. The illustrated book published by ADB and GIZ highlights the transport challenges in Asian cities, including the growing trend towards We provide access to policy tools, good practices, approaches and technical assistance on sustainable urban mobility from around the world and show you how you can make the best use of them – for your city.
Energy, transport and environment indicators edition. Energy, transport and while boosting its global competitiveness, fostering sustainable economic growth and generating new jobs. Progressively This statistical book provides an overview of the EU’s main indicators on energy, transport and the.
Sustainable transport indicators are currently the unification element in strategy and tactical planning in transport policy (Gilbert et al., ) and they have their importance both on the national and the regional levels (Santos, Ribeiro, ).
Transport: key to the future of cities / by Wilfred Owen; Transport and the city environment / by Terence Harris; Indicators of transport efficiency in 37 global cities: a report for the World Bank / Jeff Kenworthy.
Transportation and the growth of cities. Pioneering work by Ishaq Nadiri, Randall Eberts, David Aschauer, Alicia Munnell, Dale Jorgenson, and others has contributed important understandings about these relationships, but we are far from having an accepted, comprehensive model of the key relationships and how they work.
As a result, any indicator of transportation and economic growth. INDICATORS FOR SUSTAINABLE CITIES Urban sustainability indicators are tools that allow city planners, city managers and policymakers to gauge the socio-economic and environmental impact of, for example, current urban designs, infrastructures, policies, waste disposal systems, pollution and access to services by citizens.
TheyFile Size: KB. Indicators of transport efficiency in 37 global cities: a report for the World Bank / Jeff Kenworthy. Cities in transition: World Bank urban and local government strategy / The World Bank Infrastructure Gr Future directions for research in urban transportation.
SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT INDICATORS AND ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES Background Paper for Plenary Session 4 At the Biannual Conference and Exhibit of the Clean Air Initiative for Latin American Cities: Sustainable Transport: Linkages to Mitigate Climate Change and Improve Air Quality.
Kenworthy and Newman have collected 3 important databases that are useful for sustainable transport global comparison. The first of them is an international sourcebook of automobile dependence in cities that contains some transport indicator for period of – for 47 world cities (Newman and Kenworthy, ).Also they have collected 2 important databases with UITP by: of sustainability and eco-efficiency that are likely to be affected by developments in urban freight transport; and with policies that are likely to have an effect on the urban freight transport task or the way this task is undertaken.
* Transport Economist, GHD Meyrick Pty., Ltd., 8 Belwarra Ave., Figtree, NSW, Australia, E-mail. Taking the Competitiveness Indicators of Campinas (ICC) as a reference, this paper introduces three main contributions: improve the ICC public transport performance indicator; evaluate the performance of Brazilian municipalities over six years and analyses the efficiency vs.
effectiveness strategy for each city. Global Business Cities Reports. The World's Top Cities For Sustainable Transport The research examined major cities across 23 different indicators to give an indicative ranking of the. Our Common Future, Chairman's Foreword "A global agenda for change" - this was what the World Commission on Environment and Development was asked to formulate.
It was an urgent call by the General Assembly of the United Nations: to propose long-term environmental strategies for achieving sustainable development by the year and beyond. The sources of information for the analysis are the global Millennium Cities Database, World Cities Research by the Commission for Integrated Transport and Tshwane research on key performance indicators (KPI) of the transport system.
These information sources enable a comparison to be made between Tshwane and world cities such as London. Expert Consultation on Transport Methodology UNDESA New York June Social indicators for public transport Dr. Marie Thynell Peace and Development. The new global development focus on cities also comes with a new set of targets that reach far beyond the typical focus on housing and slum upgrading to include safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport, participatory and integrated planning, green and public spaces, improved air quality and waste management, climate resiliency and Cited by: Urban Transport and the Environment for the 21st Century III Urban Transport and the Environment for the 21st Century III Wells, Peter Pergamon Journal of Tmnspon Geqyaphy Vol.Published by Elsevier Science Ltd.
Printed in Great Britain /98/$-see front matter Book reviews PII: SO(98) Urban `Ransport and the Environment for. eco-efficiency of urban passenger transport. Cities are already thought to be responsible for % of global energy use and greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions. However, urban governments are also leading the way for GHG reductions and environmental sustainability in general .
Finding a fair and readily-calculated eco-efficiency indicator. Inthe average CBD rent of these five cities was $42 per square foot per year compared with $26 for the suburbs.
All 37 other MSAs had a premium for CBD office space in the early s, but it disappeared around Sincesuburban rents have been about $1 per square foot per year higher than CBD rents. In this paper, we attempt to develop urban sustainability indicators for transportation sector of an urban setup.3 For this purpose, the most populous city of India, i.e., Mumbai has been chosen.
This paper executes the initial step of ascertaining the potential list of SDIs for transportation sector of Mumbai. transport system and measuring performance in respect of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). A set of KPIs have been incorporated in the short-term strategy of the NDOT, namely the draft National Land Transport Strategic Framework ().
2 Acknowledgements This paper was written as part of a project Analyzing Sustainable Urban Transport: A City Level Modeling Approach under the Program of Activities, Framework Agreement between the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and The Energy and ResourcesFile Size: 1MB.
Development Indicators, the EC ETIS study, the EEA TERM indicators, Eurostat transport indicators, transport indicator sets of OECD, US EPA, World Bank, UNECE, VTPI as well as taking into account the JRC Well-to-Wheels study, a set of 55 sustainable transport indicators has been developed.
Sustainable transport refers to the broad subject of transport that is sustainable in the senses of social, environmental and climate impacts. Components for evaluating sustainability include the particular vehicles used for road, water or air transport; the source of energy; and the infrastructure used to accommodate the transport (roads, railways, airways, waterways, canals and terminals).
in some cities, of freight), most large cities in the world that are not dependent on mechanized road transport for the majority of internal freight and passenger movement are poor, relatively unpro-ductive, and wish to change their situations. Of all cities, megacities have the highest travel times, the greatest congestion, and the most File Size: KB.
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Transport competitiveness of cities and regions in the Transport infrastructure is critical to the global marketplace. Airports, some contend, are gateways to todays global economy, not unlike seaports a century or more ago.
Kasarda () argued that with the ascendancy of just-in-time inventorying, airports are critical links in. governance, fiscal weight and efficiency of State-Owned Enterprises operating in infrastructure markets. There is also a relative absence of indicators specific to the challenges of developing regional infrastructure, which is particularly important for the small and land-locked economies in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Size: 1MB.
subset concept of operational freight transport efficiency and how it affects transport related emissions from the perspective of the transport operator. The focus is on the transport operators and their interfaces with other actors such as transport providers/forwarders, transport buyers, and the Size: 4MB.
Cities in order to point out the improvement areas for a Sustainable Urban Public Transport System. The focus is to improve public transport performance, all aspects such as fares, operational effectiveness and attractiveness of the service.
Keywords: Public Transport, Benchmarking, Transport Performance Indicators. INTRODUCTION.This classic work chronicles how New York, London, and Tokyo became command centers for the global economy and in the process underwent a series of massive and parallel changes.
What distinguishes Sassen's theoretical framework is the emphasis on the formation of cross-border dynamics through which these cities and the growing number of other. Many cities in Europe are changing, according to a new report which points to rapid transformations in urban transport in some areas.
While cycling and efficient public transport are becoming the norm in some urban areas, Europe’s transport sector is still a major contributor to excessive levels of greenhouse gases, air pollution and noise, the report says.