Adrienne Heim, AICP
Getting people moving is the reason Adrienne Heim works in the transportation field. Whether by bicycling, walking, or taking public transit, Adrienne believes that diverse modes of transportation drive economic sustainability and successfully connects people to crucial services.
Adrienne Heim, AICP is a transportation planner and public engagement professional with over 10 years of experience working on a variety of planning and community engagement projects in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Adrienne’s current work at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is within the Streets Division, Livable Streets unit focusing on improving safety and access for pedestrians and bicyclists and supporting San Francisco’s Vision Zero goals. In August 2022, Adrienne led an effort to secure a $23M federal grant for the Howard Streetscape Project located in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. Prior to her planner role, Adrienne worked in the SFMTA’s Communications Division, Public Outreach and Engagement unit for several years. She specifically worked on various capital and transit projects to build stakeholder relationships and ensure community members were engaged throughout the projects’ phases.
Outside of her reoccurring duties, Adrienne has taken an active role as a project team member to produce the SFMTA’s first racial equity action plan. She’s also revitalized and led San Francisco’s Citywide Public Engagement Network group, which brings together city departments to discuss public engagement and outreach tactics, and advocate for communications resources.