About the Parking Reform Network

Our mission, our members, our team.

The Parking Reform Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2019.

Our Mission

The Parking Reform Network educates the public about the impact of parking policy on climate change, equity, housing, and traffic. In partnership with allied organizations, we accelerate the adoption of critical parking reforms through research, coalition-building, and direct advocacy.

Our Members

The Parking Reform Network has hundreds of members across the globe. Our membership includes elected and appointed officials, academics and researchers, city planners and consultants, and activists in multiple policy areas.  

Our Team

The Parking Reform Network is guided by an Advisory Board and our work is carried out by our Board of Directors with the help of volunteers, interns, and support staff.

Donald Shoup

Advisory Board

Tony Jordan

Board of Directors

Norman Garrick

Advisory Board

Jane Wilberding

Board of Directors

Lindsay Bayley

Board of Directors

Michael Kwan

Board of Directors

Rachel Weinberger

Advisory Board

Patrick Siegman

Advisory Board

Todd Litman

Advisory Board

Madeline Kovacs

Fundraising Consultant

Etienne Lefebvre

Communications Coordinator

Thomas Carpenito

Volunteer Coordinator

Natalie Montanez

Senior Writer & Editor

Cynthia Van Ness


Vanshika Fotedar


Arron McDonald

Map Researcher

Taylor Lightman

Map Researcher

Paul Barter


Ken Yoneda

Volunteer Research Associate

Chelsea Smith


Nathan Wyand


Ryan Martyn


Thank you to our past interns and volunteers: Grace Hartman, Andrew Kiefaber, Evan Kindler, and Angel York.

Our Partners

Successful parking reform campaigns leverage coalitions of allied organizations and local grassroots advocates. We’re building these partnerships with organizations at every level. Some of our partners are listed below. If you’d like to become a partner, simply get in touch!

The Street Trust
People for Bikes
America Walks
Farm and City
Elgin Community Bikes
Livable Communities Initiative
Chicago Jobs with Justice
Livable Cville
Open Plans
We Bike Rochester
SLC Neighbors For More Neighbors
Place Initiative
Sightline Institute
New Haven Parking Authority
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
Labor Network For Sustainability
Strong Towns