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Carolyn is Vice President and Managing Principal of Walker’s New York office. During her 25 years at Walker, she has worked on hundreds of parking studies across a variety of market sectors. She has extensive experience providing parking master plans, financial studies, demand studies, and management consulting for clients ranging from suburban complexes, where parking is free and uncontrolled, to large metropolitan areas.

Her analyses help clients: plan for growth and redevelopment; manage parking systems for better efficiency and customer service; evaluate the finances of existing systems and new projects, NOI improvement, and revenue/expense projections; and choose sites, alternatives planning systems, and parking technology.



Doctor of Philosophy, University of Minnesota

Bachelor of Arts, University of Pennsylvania


  • Urban Land Institute, UDMUC Silver Council
  • International Parking Instutute

Presentations and Publications

Panelist, “The New Science of Parking,” American Institute of Architects, September 2007.

Presenter, “Applying Shared Parking to the Real World,” Institute of Transportation Engineers, August 2008.

Presenter, “Green Parking Planning,” Pennsylvania Parking Association, September, 2009.

Moderator, “Parking Dollars and Sense,” Symposium on the Economics of Parking, Norwalk Redevelopment Agency and the Connecticut Chapter of The American Planning Association, 2012.

Steffen Turoff and Carrie Krasnow, “Hey, Buddy, What Will You Pay for This Parking Spot?” American Planning Association’s Planning Magazine, May 2013.

“Not-so-complete Streets” Public Works Magazine, December 2013.

“Parking Planning, Careful Consideration of Specific Patterns and Needs Can Help Restore Communities’ Traditional Appeal” CE News, December 2013.

Presenter, “Parking: Past, Present, Future,” Asset Manager’s Roundtable, Building Owner’s and Manager’s Association, 2013.

Guest Lecturer, “Parking 101,” New York University Schack Institute for Real Estate, 2013, 2014, 2015.


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