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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 1331, Portland, OR 97204

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Fixing Our Streets Oversight Committee Members



Wayne Bauer 

Wayne has been a resident of NE Portland for over 30 years. His occupation has focused on the completion of a wide range of transportation improvements project, working for a consulting engineering firm for over 40 years as a project manager and engineer. This includes serving as Project manager/engineer for major transportation and transit projects ranging from arterial roadway design, including new and reconstructed streets, to bus and light rail transit projects. These projects often involve alternative alignment investigation, preparation of preliminary design and construction documents for roadways; public involvement programs; bike lanes and pedestrian path improvement. This includes the completion of street and transit improvements within the City of Portland. This experience provides a technical understanding of what is involved in a roadway improvement, including the project development and construction process. In addition to this, he has been on local and statewide committees with a transportation focus, including being a member of the Oregon Freight Advisory Committee, Westside Economic Alliance Transportation Committee, as well as professional organizations including APWA and ACEC. 

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William Henderson

William Henderson cofounded Knock Software, Inc in Portland, whose Ride Report software provides crowd-sourced bike maps and tools to consumers and city planners around the world. He is also a founding member of the Portland Independent Chamber of Commerce (PICOC), an organization for local businesses that value Portland's affordability, equity and sustainability. He graduated from Reed College with a degree in Mathematics.

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Elliot Levin

Elliot Levin is the Research Director and Oregon Legislative Advocate for the Professional and Technical Employees Local 17. For the past 13 years, he has provided budget and policy analysis, classification and compensation research, negotiation support, and survey design for the nearly 9,000 public sector employees represented by Local 17 across Washington and Oregon. Additionally, he advocates on behalf of PTE Local 17’s Oregon members at the Oregon Legislature regarding issues including transportation funding, collective bargaining rights, and contracting. He holds a Bachelors Degree from Reed College in Sociology, and a Masters Degree in Pubic Affairs from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington, where he specialized in environmental economics and cost-benefit analysis.


Jennifer Rollins

Jennifer L. Rollins is an attorney with Elliott, Ostrander & Preston, PC. She assists clients with business, real estate, and nonprofit matters, and she especially enjoys providing general counsel to closely held companies. Rollins is an active member of the City Club of Portland, and she recently chaired the club’s research study on funding Portland’s streets.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of Bridges Middle School and an associate member of Portland Mountain Rescue. Originally from New York, Rollins moved to Oregon in 2000 after graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law.

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Tony Lamb

Tony is a graduate of Portland State University’s Community Development program with a focus on community empowerment, economic development and the creation of a livable community for all without displacement. He currently serves as the Director of Economic Development for The Rosewood Initiative. Tony has served on numerous social justice and economic development initiatives including among others: Social Justice and Civic Leadership Cohort with the Urban League of Portland, East Portland Action Plan Economic Development Subcommittee, and PBOT’s Transportation Expert Group.