Brooke DuBose, AICP
Bay Area Office Director
Brooke DuBose leads Toole Design’s Oakland office. She brings over a decade of project management experience in active transportation policy, planning, and engineering projects throughout the Bay Area and New York. Her experience includes bicycle and pedestrian master plans, transit access studies, multimodal corridor studies, and public space revitalization. Most recently, Brooke led comprehensive site planning services for the expansion of Bay Area Bike Share, which will deploy over 7,000 bikes across Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, San Jose, and San Francisco. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals and previously served on the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
Brooke is a seasoned urban strategist with a passion for impeccable organization and client service. Well-versed in the technical issues, politics, and economics of bringing solutions to diverse communities and environments, her objective for all clients is to define their goals, provide them with top-level advice, and strategically position their projects for success. She oversees complex teaming and client relationships across departments, agencies, and public/private partnerships to develop and deliver the innovative design of infrastructure projects.
Outside of work, you’ll find Brooke biking, hiking and exploring the many transit systems around the Bay Area with her husband and two sons.
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