Caitlin Doolin, PE
Caitlin offers over 6 years of experience in active transportation engineering and planning. For several years, she served as the Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for Baltimore City Department of Transportation, where she led the design and construction of the first 3.5 miles of parking protected bike lanes, launch the largest pedal electric assist bike share system in North America, lead the development of Baltimore’s Separated Bike Network Plan and managed over $9 million in active transportation planning, design and construction projects for the City of Baltimore. She also brings four years of experience as a consultant, where she has worked on corridor studies, traffic operations analysis and master planning efforts across 7 states and over 50 jurisdictions. These include the Mount Vernon Square Transportation Study (Washington, DC), Chillum Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvement Study and Central Avenue Mobility Study (Baltimore, MD).