Keith and his son
  • Associate Dean of Academic Affairs College of Architecture + Planning
  • Professor, City & Metropolitan Planning
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family & Consumer Studies, Family And Consumer Studies
801-585-8944

Research Statement

My interests focus on community decision making processes and outcomes, especially those that relate to land use and transportation. My current primary research project is assessing the extent and nature of land use/transportation scenario planning projects in metropolitan areas in the U.S. My other research work is focused on the impacts of various public policies on travel demand, the success of site design regulations to promote pedestrian scale commercial areas, and the effects of university learning programs on nonprofit organizations.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • Community Transportation Academy. PI: - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • Green Accessibility: Measuring the Environmental Costs of Space-time Prisms in Sustainable Transportation Planning. PI: - 2015. Total project budget to date:
  • National Institute for Transportation and Communities. PI: http://www.otrec.us/NITC. - 2015. Total project budget to date:

Presentations

  • Mentoring: Two for the Road. Annual Peer Mentoring Conference, Northern Illinois University Honors Program. March 27, 2015. Dekalb, Illinois. , Accepted, 2015.
  • Scenario Analysis and Tea Party Planning. Transportation Research Board, 4th International Transportation Systems Performance Measurement Conference, May 18-20, 2011. Irvine, CA. , Presented, 2011.
  • Visioning Sustainable Communities. Growing Sustainably in a Low-Carbon World: A Pro-active Response to SB 375, April 14, 2009. Institute for Urban and Regional Development, University of California, Berkeley, California. , Presented, 2009.
  • Commuting without Cars. University of Utah Sustainability Series, April 1, 2009. Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. , Presented, 2009.
  • People & Place: Eliciting Community Values. Utah Campus Compact Annual Conference, February 26 - 28, 2009. Dixie State College, St. George, Utah. , Presented, 2009.
  • People & Place: Service-Learning Experiences in Community Development. Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research, February 19, 2009. Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah. , Presented, 2009.
  • Sustainable Salt Lake City. Salt Lake City City Council. February 17, 2009. City County Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. , Presented, 2009.
  • People & Place: Service-Learning Experiences in Community Development. Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research, February 29, 2008. Utah Valley State College, Orem, Utah. , Presented, 2008.
  • Transportation, Land Use, and Climate Change: How They Are Linked, 18th Annual Bioneers Conference, October 20, 2007. Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah. , Presented, 2007.
  • Access-Efficient Transportation Planning: How to Create Institutional Structures that Facilitate Healthy Transportation, Siciliano Forum, October 5, 2007. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. , Presented, 2007.
  • Respondent to presentation by Roberta Gratz, City Forum, September 28, 2007. Salt Lake City Public Library. , Presented, 2007.
  • Transportation Planning & Stronger Communities, Questioning Minds Forum, September 9, 2007. Salt Lake City Public Library. , Presented, 2007.
  • LUTRAQ +10: Did We Change the World? McCall Lecture (1000 Friends of Oregon), June 13, 2007. Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR. , Presented, 2007.
  • Locher, M., & Bartholomew, K. (2009). People & Place: Communicating Values in Community Development. Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, March 24 - 26, 2009. , Presented, 2009.
  • Bartholomew, K., & Ewing, R. (2008). Land Use-Transportation Scenario Planning in an Era of Global Climate Change. Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting 2007, Washington, DC, January 5 - 10, 2008. , Presented, 2008.
  • Bartholomew, K., & Locher, M. (2008). People & Place: Service-Learning Experiences in Community Development. Erasing Boundaries Symposium, New York, New York, April 4 - 5, 2008. , Presented, 2008.
  • Bartholomew, K., & Locher, M. (2007). People & Place: A Study of Planning and Design Pedagogy in the Academy and the Community. 45th International Making Cities Livable Conference, Portland, OR June 10 - 14, 2007. , Presented, 2007.
  • Bartholomew, K., & Locher, M. (2007). People & Place: Humanities-based Pedagogy in Architecture and Planning. The Role of the Humanities in Design Creativity Conference, University of Lincoln, U.K., November 15 - 16, 2007. , Presented, 2007.
  • Kim, J. Y., Bartholomew, K., Adkins, A., & Chandrasekhar, D. (2020). The Connection between Investments in Bus Stops, Ridership, and ADA Accessibility. Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. , Presented, 2020.
  • Kim, J.K., Bartholomew, K., & Ewing, R. (2018). Another One Rides the Bus? The Connections between Bus Stop Amenities, Bus Ridership, and ADA Paratransit Demand. Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. , Presented, 2018.
  • Bartholomew, K., Nelson, A.C., & Meakins, G. (2011). Envisioning Efficiency: How Scenario Planning Can Lead to More Cost-Effective Transportation Investments. , Presented, 2012.

Languages

  • Italian, Basic.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Italy
  • United Kingdom
  • Netherlands

Publications

  • (date unknown). Ewing, R. & Bartholomew, K. (forthcoming). Best Practices in Metropolitan Planning. Book, in progress, 12/2011.. Accepted, .
  • Reid Ewing (date unknown). Best Practices in Metropolitan Transportation Planning. (pp. 256). Routledge. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K., & Ewing, R. (2010). Integrated Transportation Scenario Planning. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K., Nelson, A.C., & Meakins, G. (2011). Envisioning Efficiency: How Scenario Planning Can Lead to More Cost-Effective Transportation Investments. Salt Lake City, UT: Metropolitan Research Center. Accepted, .
  • Bartholomew, Keith (date unknown). Bartholomew, K., Nelson, A.C., & Meakins, G. (2011). Envisioning Efficiency: How Scenario Planning Can Lead to More Cost-Effective Transportation Investments. Salt Lake City, UT: Metropolitan Research Center.. Accepted, .
  • Reid Ewing (date unknown). Best Practices in Metropolitan Transportation Planning. (pp. 250). Routledge. Accepted, .
  • Reid Ewing (date unknown). Ewing, R. & Bartholomew, K. (2013). Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design. Washington, DC: Urban Land Institute & American Planning Association.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Ewing, R., Bartholomew, K., Winkelman, S., Walters, J., & Chen, D. (2008). Growing Cooler: The Evidence on Urban Development and Climate Change. Washington, DC: Urban Land Institute.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Ewing, R., Bartholomew, K., & Nelson, A.C. (2011). Compactness vs. Sprawl – Have Energy, Climate, Health, and Demographics Resolved the Debate? In T. Banerjee & A. Loukaitou-Sideris (Eds.), Urban Design: Roots, Influences, and Trends. Routledge.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K. Legal Structures in Regional Scenario Analysis. In L. Canepero (Ed.), Future Cities and Regions. Simulation, Scenario and Visioning, Governance and Scales. New York: Springer.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K., & Locher, M. (forthcoming). People & Place: Communication and Community Development. In C. Doble (Ed.), Erasing Boundaries–Supporting Communities: Interdisciplinary Service-Learning in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning. New York: SUNY Press.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Ewing, R., Bartholomew, K., & Nelson, A.C. (forthcoming). Compactness vs. Sprawl – Have Energy, Climate, Health, and Demographics Resolved the Debate? In T. Banerjee & A. Loukaitou-Sideris (Eds.), Urban Design: Roots, Influences, and Trends. Routledge.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K., & Locher, M. (forthcoming). People & Place: Communication and Community Development. In C. Doble (Ed.), Erasing Boundaries-Supporting Communities: Interdisciplinary Service-Learning in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning. New York: SUNY Press.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K. (2008). Review of Smart Growth and Climate Change: Regional Development, Infrastructure and Adaptation by M. Ruth (Ed.). Journal of the American Planning Association, 74(3), 379.. Accepted, .
  • Keith Bartholomew (date unknown). Integrated Transportation Scenario Planning in the 21st Century. Transp Research Board Annual Meeting. Accepted, .
  • David Proffitt (date unknown). Proffitt, D., Bartholomew, K., Ewing, R. & Miller, H. (2016). Accessibility Planning and Vehicle Miles Traveled: Preliminary Analysis. 2017 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. Accepted, .
  • David Proffitt (date unknown). Accessibility Planning and Vehicle Miles Traveled: Preliminary Analysis. Transportation Research Board. Accepted, .
  • KEITH A BARTHOLOMEW (date unknown). Proffit, D., Bartholomew, K., Ewing, R., Miller, H. (2015). Accessibility Planning in America Metropolitan Ares: Are We There Yet? Transportation Reearch Board Annual Meeting. Accepted, .
  • David Proffitt (date unknown). Accessibility Planning in American Metropolitan Areas: Are We There Yet?. Accepted, .
  • Ja Young Kim (date unknown). The Connection between Investments in Bus Stops, Ridership, and ADA Accessibility. Transportation Research Record. Accepted, .
  • Locher, Mira (date unknown). On the Restorative Power of Nature, Or Why Every Neighborhood Needs a Public Japanese Garden. Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Ewing, R., & Bartholomew, K. (2009). Comparing Forecasting Methods: Expert Panel versus Spatial Interaction Model. Journal of the American Planning Association, 75(3), 343-357. Accepted, .
  • KEITH A BARTHOLOMEW (date unknown). Farber, S., Bartholomew, K., et al. (2014). Assessing Social Equity in Distance Based Transit Fares Using a Model of Travel Behavior. Transportatipon Research Part A: Policy & Practice, 67, 291-303. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K. & Ewing, R. (2011). Hedonic price effects of pedestrian- and transit-oriented development. Journal of Planning Literature, 26(1), 18-34. Accepted, .
  • Ja Young King (date unknown). Another One Rides the Bus? The Connections between Bus Stop Amenities, Bus Ridership, and ADA Paratransit Demand. Transportation Research: Part A. Vol. 135, 9. Accepted, .
  • David Proffitt (date unknown). Accessibility Planning in American Metropolitan Areas: Are We There Yet?. Urban Studies. 26. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Ewing, R., Nelson, A.C., Bartholomew, K., Emmi, P, & Appleyard, B. (2011). Response to Special Report 298 Driving and the built environment: the effects of compact development on motorized travel, energy use, and CO2 emissions. Journal of Urbanism, 4(1), 1-5. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Ewing, R., Bartholomew, K, Winkelman, S., Walters, J., & Anderson, G. (2009). Urban Development and Climate Change. Journal of Urbanism, 1(3), 201-216. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K. (2009). Cities and Accessibility: The Potential for Carbon Reductions and the Need for National Leadership. Fordham Urban Law Journal. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K., & Ewing, R. (2009). Land Use-Transportation Scenario Planning: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of the American Planning Association, 75(1), 1-15. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K. (2007). Land Use-Transportation Scenario Planning: Promise & Reality. Transportation, 34, 397-412. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K. (2007). The Machine, the Garden, and the City: Toward an Access-Efficient Transportation Planning System. Environmental Law Reporter, 37, 10593-10614. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Basinger, N., & Bartholomew, K. (2006). Service-Learning in Nonprofit Organizations: Motivations, Expectations, and Outcomes. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 12, 15-26. Accepted, .
  • Keith Bartholomew (date unknown). THE ROLE OF BUS STOP FEATURES IN FACILITATING ACCESSIBILITY. (pp. 60). National Institute for Transportation & Communities. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Ewing, R., Richardson, H., Bartholomew, K., Nelson, A.C., Bae, C. (2014). Compactness vs. Sprawl Revisited: Converging Views. CESifo Working Paper Series 4571. Accepted, .
  • Ja Young Kim (date unknown). Impacts of Bus Stop Improvements. (pp. 29). Utah Department of Transportation. Accepted, .
  • Keith Bartholomew (date unknown). Building Planner Commitment: Are California’s SB 375 and Oregon’s SB 1059 Models for Climate-Change Mitigation?. (pp. 100). National Institute for Transportation & Communities. Accepted, .
  • Richard Margerum (date unknown). Metropolitan Centers Mean Smart Growth. (pp. 100). National Institute for Transportation & Communities. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Nelson, A.C., Anderson, G., Bartholomew, K., Perlich, P., Sanchez, T.W., & Ewing, R. (2009). The Best Stimulus for the Money: Briefing Papers on the Economics of Transportation Spending. For Smart Growth America. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Renne, J., & Bartholomew, K. (forthcoming). Legal Issues in Transit-Oriented Development. Transit Cooperative Research Program. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bartholomew, K. (2005). Integrating Land Use Issues into Transportation Planning: Scenario Planning. For Federal Highway Administration Cooperative Agreement No. DTFH61-03-H-00134. —Summary Report. —Annotated Bibliography. —Digital Library. Accepted, .