Andre Huff graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2017 with dual M.S. degrees in City and Regional Planning and Transportation Engineering. He also holds a B.S. degree in Community and Regional Development from UC Davis. After graduating from UC Davis, Andre spent time working at an environmental law firm based in the San Francisco Bay Area where he gained extensive knowledge about planning in California, specifically the environmental review process.
During his tenure at W-Trans he has led and provided support for multiple planning and engineering efforts. Most notably Andre has conducted citywide safety analyses, transportation master plans, large scale parking analyses, and Safe Routes to School efforts. Additionally, he has developed Traffic Impact Fees for several municipalities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Lastly, he has conducted several studies involving the calculation of vehicle miles traveled as recently mandated by the State of California. His projects have provided him with a diverse set of both public sector and private development experience. He also cherishes the experience he’s gained when it comes to interfacing with members of the public whether grade-school children or more senior members of local communities.