This book has made a contribution in the debate on achieving sustainable cities. This book provides a comprehensive review and analyses of sustainable transportation indicators with reference to urban form and journey to work travel in the Sydney Metropolitan Region, Australia. One of the major challenges in creating a more sustainable city is overcoming the problem of increasing car dependence. Evidence in Australia, and other countries, suggests that urban form is a significant factor in car dependence. Many cities have experienced significant increase in vehicles kilometer traveled (VKT). The energy and environmental implications of the growth in VKT are alarming because predicted growth is likely to outstrip measures to improve the energy efficiency and environmental performances of vehicles. An important goal in achieving a more sustainable city is a VKT target that involves reducing car use and trip lengths - themselves functions of urban form.