Catie Gould

Catie Gould is a researcher with The Sightline Institute, writing about climate and transportation policy. She brings a decade of experience in engineering and data analysis into Sightline’s efforts to decarbonize our transportation system. Prior to coming to Sightline, she led advocacy work for better bike and bus infrastructure in Portland and wrote about local transportation issues. Originally from rural Maine, Catie loves exploring new cities on bikes, camping, and reading. Find her latest research here. Email her at catie [at] sightline [dot] org, and follow her at @Citizen_Cate.

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Citywide parking reform enables reuse of vacant buildings

While some cities opt for a targeted approach to parking reform, Fayetteville, Arkansas, finds that a citywide policy change is transforming buildings that were long-vacant.
CATIE GOULDDEC. 16, 2022
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Portland mandates a parking U-turn

The city's parking policy has taken many turns, and now small buildings and those with affordable housing are not required to build parking at all.
CATIE GOULDDEC. 27, 2022