The Capacity of State & Local Government to Deliver Sustainable and Integrated Transport – GAMUT/VREF
The purpose of this research is to understand with precision the real barriers created by horizontal and vertical governmental relationships. The research will:
- Assess, through case study analysis, the capacity of the governmental system in Australia to deliver sustainable and integrated land-use/transport outcomes.
- To detail the horizontal (interagency) and vertical (intergovernmental – state/local) relationships at bureaucratic level that come into play to restrict integrated land use/transport outcomes.
- To identify how the capacity of the governmental system can be improved.
Research Team: Carey Curtis (leader); Nicholas Low; Rachel Armstrong; Courtney Babb (past researchers – Jake Schapper, Roger Mellor).
Curtis C, Low N (2012) Institutional Barriers for Sustainable Transport Ashgate, Aldershot
Sturup, S., Low, N., Rudner, J., Babb, C., Legacy C., Curtis, C. (2013) Institutional Barriers and Opportunities, Chapter 6 in Transforming Urban Transport: The ethics, politics and practices of sustainable mobility, Earthscan – Routledge: Abingdon, ed. Low N.
Legacy C, Curtis C, Sturrup S (2012) Good governance of land use and transport integration: an examination of Melbourne and Perth. Transport Policy Vol 19 Issue 1 pp.8-16
Armstrong R, Curtis C & Babb C (2011) State-local relations and land use and transport integration, 3rd World Planning Schools Congress, Perth (WA), 4-8 July 2011
Curtis C, Armstrong R, Babb C (2010) The capacity of state and local governments to deliver land use transport integration: an analysis of land use and transport policies in Perth and Melbourne,World Transport Research Conference, Lisbon, June 2010
Legacy C, Sturup S, Curtis C, Wigan M, 2009, Delivering infrastructure and Land use-transport integration policy: Examining good governance issues in Melbourne and Perth, Australasian Transport Research Forum, Auckland October 2009
Curtis C (2009) The capacity of government to deliver sustainable and integrated transport: The case of transit oriented development in Perth, Australia. International Conference on Urban, Regional Planning and Transportation, Paris, France, 24-26 June, 2009
Curtis C, Babb C and Armstrong R (2010) The Capacity of State and Local Government to Deliver Sustainable and Integrated Transport – Melbourne: Policy Position,WORKING PAPER No. 2 GAMUT, Curtin University, Perth
Curtis C and Armstrong R (2009) The Capacity of State and Local Government to Deliver Sustainable and Integrated Transport – Perth: Policy Position, WORKING PAPER No. 1 GAMUT, Curtin University, Perth