Suburbs Research Bibliography
This list of articles and books were either consulted or used in relation to the various forms and methods attempted during this research project.
Airas, A. (2021). “Every city is allowed one”? Creating waterfront suburbias in the Vancouver region. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 30(2), 42–61.
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Bagley, M. N., P.L. Mokhtarian & R. Kitamura (2002). “A Methodology for the Disaggregate, Multidimensional Measurement of Residential Neighbourhood Type” Urban Studies 39:4, 689-704.
Barnett J, Beasley L (2015). Ecodesign for Cities and Suburbs. Washington DC: Island Press.
Beauregard, R.A. (2006). When America Became Suburban. London: University of Minnesota Press.
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Blais, P (2010). Perverse Cities: Hidden Subsidies, Wonky Policy, and Urban Sprawl. Vancouver BC: UBC Press.
Boarnet, M. & R. Crane (2001). Travel by Design: The Influence of Urban Form on Travel. New York: Oxford University Press.
Bollman, R. (2007). “The Demographic Overlap of Agriculture and Rural” Statistics Canada Agriculture Division, 21-601-MIE, no. 81.
Borwein, S., & Lucas, J. (2023). Asymmetries in urban, suburban, and rural place-based resentment. Political Geography, 105, 102904.
Bourne, L. (2001). The Urban Sprawl Debate. Plan Canada, 41:4, 26-8.
Bourne, L., & Ley, D. (1993). The Changing Social Geography of Canadian Cities. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press.
Bozikovic, A, Case, C., Lorinc, J., & Vaughan, A. (2019). House Divided: how the missing middle can solve Toronto’s affordability crisis. Coach House Books.
Bray, R. (2005) “Report on Public Health and Urban Sprawl in Ontario” Environmental Health Committee, Ontario.
Breugemann, R. (2005). Sprawl: A Compact History. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Brook McIlroy and City of Toronto Planning Dept. (2011). Avenues and Mid-Rise Buildings Study. Toronto: City of Toronto.
Brueckner, J (2000). Urban Sprawl: Diagnosis and Remedies. International Regional Science Review 23(2):160-171.
Bunting, T.E., & Filion, P. (1999). Dispersed city form in Canada: A Kitchener CMA case example. Canadian Geographer, 43(3), 268-288.
Bunting, T., & Filion, P. (2006). Canadian Cities In Transition. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Bunting, T., Filion P., & Priston, H. (2002). Density Gradients in Canadian Metropolitan Regions, 1971-96: Differential Patterns of Central Area and Suburban Growth and Change, Urban Studies, 39(13), 2531-2552.
Burchell, R.W. , G. Lowenstein and C. Galley (eds.) (2002). The Costs of Sprawl 2000, Washington DC: Transportation Research Board, Report 74.
Canadian Public Health Association (2012). Canadian Evidence on Built Environment and Health. Canadian Journal of Public Health 103(3).
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Cao, X., Mokhtarian, P., Hand, S. (2007) “Do Changes in Neighborhood Characteristics lead to Changes in Travel Behaviour? A Structural Equations Modeling Approach” Transportation, 34, 535-556.
CMHC Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (2006a). Accessory-Apartments-Policy, Guelph; The Renaissance at North Hill, Calgary; Harmony, Toronto; Residential Intensification — Case Studies. Ottawa: CMHC. www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/inpr/su/sucopl/
CMHC Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (2006b). Brandt’s Creek Crossing, Oliver Village; Wellington Square; Spencer Creek Village; Quai des Éclusiers, Brownfield Redevelopment for Housing: Case Studies. Ottawa: CMHC. www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/inpr/su/sucopl/
CMHC Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (2010). The Bridges, Calgary; Village de la Gare, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec; Time, North Vancouver, British Columbia; Transit Oriented Development: Case Studies. Ottawa: CMHC. www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/inpr/su/sucopl/
CMHC Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (2011). Olde Thornhill Village, Markham; Lakeshore Village, Oakville; Greyfield Redevelopment for Housing in Canada — Case Studies, Ottawa: CMHC. www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/inpr/su/sucopl/
Colley, R. C., Christidis, T., Michaud, I., Tjepkema, M., & Ross, N. A. (2019). An examination of the associations between walkable neighbourhoods and obesity and self-rated health in Canadians. Health reports, 30(9), 14-24.
Collins, P.A., Tait, J., Fein, A. et al. (2018). Residential moves, neighbourhood walkability, and physical activity: a longitudinal pilot study in Ontario Canada. BMC Public Health 18, 933, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5858-y
Crane, R. (2000). “The Influence of Urban Form on Travel: An Interpretive Review”, Journal of Planning Literature, 15(3).
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Dalbey, M., Hiler, H., Jones, D., Shoup, D. (2009) “The Car and the City, Rethinking the Automobile and Its Impact” Journal of Planning History, 8(2), 162-168.
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Dittmar H, Ohland G (2004). The new transit town: Best practices in transit-oriented development. Washington, DC: Island Press.
Donald, B. (2002). “Spinning Toronto’s golden age: the making of a city that worked'” Environment and Planning A 34(12) 2127 – 2154.
du Plessis, V., R. Beshiri, R. Bollman & H. Clemenson (2001). Definitions of Rural Rural and Small Town Canada Analysis Bulletin, 3:3 Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Catalogue 21-006-XIE.
du Plessis, V., R. Beshiri, R. Bollman & H. Clemenson (2002). Definitions of Rural Ottawa: Statistics Canada Agriculture and Rural Working Paper 61, Catalogue 21-601-MIE2002061.
Duany, A, E. Plater-Zyberk and J. Speck (2000). Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream. New York: North Point Press.
Duany A, Plater-Zyberk E & Speck J (2010). Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream. New York: North Point.
Duany A, Speck J & Lydon M (2009). The Smart Growth Manual. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Duckworth-Smith A (2016). Sprawl and the City. Perth AU: UWA Publishing University of Western Australia.
Dunham-Jones E, Williamson J (2011). Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs. Hoboken NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Environment Canada (2023). National Inventory Report 1990–2021: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada. Ottawa. Environment Canada, 77. https://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/9.507651/publication.html
Ewing R, Meakins G, Hamidi S & Nelson, AC (2014). Relationship Between Urban Sprawl and Physical Activity, Obesity, and Morbidity – Update and Refinement. Health and Place, 26(Complete), 118-126. doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2013.12.008
Ewing, R and R. Cervero (2001). Travel and the built environment: a synthesis, Transportation Research Record. No. 1780.
Filion, P. (2001). “Suburban Mixed-Use Centres and Urban Dispersion: What Difference Do They Make?” Environment and Planning A 33, 141-160.
Filion, P., & Bunting T. (2006). Understanding 21st Century Urban Structure: Sustainability, Unevenness, Uncertainty. In T. Bunting & P. Filion, Canadian Cities in Transition: Global through Local Perspectives. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Filion, P., Bunting, T., & Warriner, K. (1999). “The Entrenchment of Urban Dispersion: Residential Preferences and Location Patterns in the Dispersed City”, Urban Studies, 36(8), 1317-1347.
Filion, P. & K. Hammond (2003). “Neighbourhood Land Use and Performance: The Evolution of Neighbourhood Morphology over the Twentieth Century” Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 30, 271-296.
Filion, P. & K. McSpurren (2007). “Smart Growth and Development Reality: The Difficult Co-ordination of Land Use and Transport” Urban Studies, 44:3.501-523.
Filion, P. , K. McSpurren & B. Appleby (2006). “Wasted density? The impact of Toronto’s residential density distribution policies on transit use and walking”, Environment and Planning A 38, 1367-1392.
Filion, P., McSpurren, K., Bunting, T. & Tse, A. (2004). Canada-US metropolitan density patterns: zonal convergence and divergence? Urban Geography 25:1, 42–65.
Filion, P., Bunting, T., Pavlic, D., & Langlois, P. (2010) “Intensification and Sprawl: Residential Density Trajectories in Canada’s Largest Metropolitan Regions” Urban Geography 31:1.
Forsyth A (2012). Defining Suburbs. Journal of Planning Literature 27(3): 270-281. doi:10.1177/0885412212448101
Frank, L. & H. Frumkin (2004). Urban Sprawl and Public Health: Designing, Planning, and Building for Healthy Communities, Washington DC: Island Press.
Frank LD, Devlin A, Johnstone S & van Loon J (2010). Neighbourhood Design, Travel, and Health in Metro Vancouver: Using a Walkability Index. Active Transportation Co-laboratory, UBCan.
Fraterrigo, E. (2008) “The Answer to Suburbia: Playboy’s Urban Lifestyle” Journal of Urban History, 34(5), 747-774.
Friedman, A. (2002). Planning the New Suburbia: Flexibility by Design, Vancouver BC: UBC Press.
Galster, G., Hanson, R., Ratcliffe, M., Wolman, H., Coleman, S., & Freihage, J. (2001). “Wrestling Sprawl to the Ground: Defining and Measuring an Elusive Concept” Housing Policy Debate, 12:4, 681-718.
Gans, H. (1968) “Urbanism and Suburbanism as Ways of Life: A Reevaluation of Definitions” People and Plans.
Ghitter, G. & Smart, A. (2009) “Mad Cows, Regional Goverance, and Urban Sprawl: Path Dependence and Unintended Consequences in the Calgary Region” Urban Affairs Review, 44, 617-646.
Giles-Corti B, et al. (2013). The Influence of Urban Design on Neighbourhood Walking Following Residential Relocation: Longitudinal Results from the RESIDE Study. Journal of Social Science & Medicine 77: 20–30.
Gordon DLA (2004). “Implementing Urban Waterfront Redevelopment,” in Remaking the Urban Waterfront. Washington DC: Urban Land Institute, 80-99.
Gordon DLA, (2017). “Transport Defines Suburbia” in A Berger, Guzmán CB & J Kotkin, (eds.). Infinite Suburbia. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 222-231.
Gordon DLA (2018). “Canadians increasingly live in the auto-dependent suburbs” The Conversation, October 9, 2018.
Gordon DLA, Janzen M (2013). Suburban Nation? Estimating the size of Canada’s suburban population. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 30 (3): 197-220. http://japr.homestead.com/Gordon_FinalVersion131216.pdf
Gordon DLA, Maginn P & Biermann S (2015). “Estimating the Size of Australia’s Suburban Population” PATREC Perspectives. October 2015 http://www.patrec.uwa.edu.au/publications
Gordon, DLA & Tamminga, K (2002). Large-scale traditional neighbourhood development and pre-emptive ecosystem planning: The Markham experience, 1989-2001. Journal of Urban Design, 7(3), 321-340.
Gordon DLA, Vipond S (2005). Gross Density and New Urbanism: Comparing Conventional and New Urbanist Suburbs in Markham, Ontario. Journal of the American Planning Association 71(2): 41-54.
Gordon DLA, Willms C, & Lin S (2019). “Suburban Growth in Canada’s Mid-sized Cities” Council for Canadian Urbanism Working Paper #3, May 2019, 50 pp.
Gordon, P. & H. Richardson (1997). “Are Compact Cities a Desirable Planning Goal?” Journal of the American Planning Association, 63:1 95-106.
Grant, J. (2007). “An American effect: contextualizing gated communities in Canadian planning practice” Canadian Journal of Urban Research 16:1, 1-19.
Grant, J. (2006) “Promises and Prospects: New Urbanism in Practice” Working Paper.
Grant, J. (2006). Planning the Good Community: New Urbanism in Theory and Practice, New York: Routledge.
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Grant, J., K. Greene & K. Maxwell (2004). “The Planning and Policy Implications of Gated Communities,” Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 13:1, 70-88.
Grant J (2009). Theory and Practice in Planning the Suburbs: Challenges to Implementing New Urbanism, Smart Growth, and Sustainability Principles. Planning Theory & Practice 10(1): 11-33.
Grant J, Holme R, & Pettman A (2008). Global Theory and Local Practice in Planning in Halifax: The Seaport Redevelopment. Planning Practice & Research 23(4): 517-532.
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Grant J, Perrott K (2009). Producing diversity in a new urbanism community: policy and practice. Town Planning Review 80(3): 267-289.
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Harris, R., (2004). Creeping Conformity: How Canada Became Suburban 1900-1960. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Harris, R., & Forrester, D. (2003). The Suburban Origins of Redlining: A Canadian Case Study, 1935-54. Urban Studies, 40(13), 2661-2686.
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