Brian Gould is a Senior Transportation Design Engineer with the City of Vancouver, BC, and a portfolio emphasizing downtown street design, cycling, and public space.
Brian’s recent project work includes protected bike lanes on Richards, Drake, Smithe, Nelson, Beatty, and Cambie as design lead, with detailed design for six downtown protected intersections underway and involvement in over a dozen more. He also represents the branch on upcoming projects including Gastown, Georgia Gateway West, and the replacement street network following removal of the Georgia and Dunsmuir Viaducts in Northeast False Creek. He oversees the Transportation component of Vancouver’s Pavement-to-Plaza, Parklet, and pilot Curbside Patio programs, as well as the cycling spot improvement program and aspects of walking and cycling data collection and analysis for project work.
He completed his Master of City Planning in transportation and urban design at UC Berkeley. More recently, he has participated in a range of exchanges and guest lectures in the Netherlands, including more than three months and a thousand kilometres by bicycle “collecting” the two dozen largest cities.