Jamie Parks manages the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Livable Streets Division, which oversees the city’s programs for bicycle and pedestrian capital improvements, traffic calming, bikeshare, and school crossing guards. Under Jamie’s leadership, Livable Streets has implemented over 11 miles of protected bike lanes in 2017 and 2018, overseen policy and legislative changes to integrate dockless bikeshare and scooter share into San Francisco’s transportation network, and developed a comprehensive evaluation program for all new Vision Zero projects. Prior to joining SFMTA, Jamie worked as Complete Streets Program Manager for the City of Oakland, where he oversaw implementation of the city’s complete streets policy including development review, shared mobility and corridor planning.
Jamie has a BA in Mathematics and History from Johns Hopkins University, and an MS in Transportation Engineering from Northwestern University. He currently serves as Chair of the Transportation Research Board Bicycle Committee.