The Parking Reform People
Mark Chase has over fifteen years of transportation systems innovation in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Mark is a social entrepreneur. He was on the founding management team of Zipcar, is helping to launch GoLoco.org an innovative service that helps people fill the empty seats in their car. He co-founded Central Bike Services, a company that helps large institutions install and manage bike parking and teaches Urban Transportation Planning at Tufts University. Mark undertakes contract consulting work with Nelson Nygaard Consulting Associates where he specializes in parking and multi-modal transportation planning. As Director of the Seaport Transportation Management Association Mark worked with Fidelity Investments and Gillette to realize cost savings through programs that reduced parking demand and improved shuttle service efficiency.
Mark holds an MA in Urban and Environmental Policy from Tufts University and an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern Maine
Charlotte A. Burger is a master's candidate in the Department of Urban Planning at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research interests lie at the intersection between urban design and alternative transportation models. A committed bicycle rights activist, she is engaged with advocacy groups working to make Los Angeles a more bike friendly city.
Special thanks to Donald Shoup whose research and writing on parking inspires us all.
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