Erin Machell is a transportation planner in Toole Design’s Portland office. She excels at synthesizing complex information at the intersection of research, data analysis, planning, graphics, and urban design. Erin is a skilled visual storyteller, using compelling graphics to communicate analysis and proposals. She has worked on a variety of planning and design projects, with particular experience in bikeshare, complete streets, and separated-bikeway design. Erin holds a Master of City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley and a Masters in Geography from the University of Oregon.
Outside of work, Erin does aerial acrobatics and enjoys exploring the outdoors on her bike and on her feet.
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