VIRTUAL: RUD: Oakland Slow Streets: Implementation, Lessons Learned, and the Road Ahead
Warren Logan, Policy Director of Mobility and Interagency Relations to the Mayor of Oakland will discuss Oakland’s strategies for responding to COVID specifically including the City’s Slow Streets Program. During the presentation, Warren will describe the city’s implementation strategies for a fast-paced roll out of the program, along with their robust community engagement program. Finally, Warren will describe some of the program challenges, lessons learned, and next steps for the road ahead.
Warren Logan serves as the Policy Director of Mobility and Interagency Relations for the Mayor’s Office of Oakland. Warren works closely with the City’s Department of Transportation, Public Works
Department and other Bay Area public agencies to develop strategies that advance the city’s vision for
safe and sustainable transportation for everyone. Through his Interagency work, Warren is responsible for developing interdepartmental and interagency working groups to deliver major capital
improvements in Oakland and across the Bay Area.
Prior to the Mayor’s Office, Warren worked as a senior transportation planner for the San Francisco
County Transportation Authority. There he managed the agency’s emerging mobility practice,
researching how these services impact San Francisco’s long-range transportation goals, developing city and state policies and framing opportunities for public private partnerships.
Before working at the Transportation Authority, Warren helped design complete streets projects in
Oakland and Berkeley at Community Design + Architecture and helped manage the value priced parking and travel demand management program for the City of Berkeley's Transportation Division.
Warren received his Masters in City and Regional Planning from UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design and his B.A. in Urban and Environmental Policy from Occidental College.