Prior to joining Kittelson as a transportation analyst, Caitlin graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a master of science in city and regional planning. During her time at Tech, Caitlin focused on transportation planning and GIS, and undertook research and project work involving the Atlanta Streetcar, the Atlanta Beltline, transportation asset management, tactical urbanism, and multimodal transportation corridors. She also held several public- and private-sector internships, one with Kittelson in Portland, Oregon, and others involving community development, public outreach, and transit system planning and operations within the Atlanta metropolitan area. Caitlin holds an undergraduate degree in sustainability and the built environment from the University of Florida. She is interested in tackling complex transportation and urban issues with her skills and passion for multimodal design, environmental justice, and social equity. In her free time, Caitlin enjoys baking, scoping out local trivia spots, going to breweries, rollerblading, and exploring all of the museums that DC has to offer.