Herbie Huff is a research associate at the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and the Institute for Transportation Studies. She wants to bring data and research to bear on the most pressing planning and policy questions decisionmakers face.
Prior to joining UCLA, Herbie worked as a transportation planner focusing on bicycle and pedestrian planning. At Ryan Snyder Associates, she partnered with the UCLA Complete Streets Initiative to create a bicycle count data clearinghouse for Los Angeles County. She has contributed to bicycle and pedestrian plans and other studies of active transportation for over 30 local governments in the Southern California region.
Herbie holds a M.A. in Urban Planning from UCLA and a B.S. in Mathematics and English from Harvey Mudd College. She is a Mayoral appointee to the City’s Bicycle Advisory Committee and a board member at the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition.