Our people make the difference.

Trevor Luu, Planner II

Trevor is an Oregon native who spent a majority of his childhood living abroad in China, Vietnam, and Taiwan. Trevor received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Political Science from Illinois Wesleyan University and his Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Portland State University. Trevor has experience working for nonprofit organizations and served with the Peace Corps. Trevor employs an equity lens as part of his planning approach to a variety of active transportation projects which include Safe Routes to School plans, bicycle and pedestrian master plans, and new mobility projects.

“I grew up walking and on two wheels, but when I moved from cosmopolitan Taiwan to a U.S. suburb at the age of 13, my bicycle became the key to my independence in a place, that I felt, was not designed at human scale. Since then, I have continued being a bicycle and walking aficionado and am honored to be able to work on transformative multimodal projects. When I'm not out on the road or working on a plan, you can find me sharing adventures with friends, dreaming up clever cycling-related puns, and advocating for better cycling and pedestrian facilities”