Kate Chanba
kchanba@gmail.com
 Gabe's visual identity conveys his background as a transportation commissioner who knows how to get projects done fast.   We chose a color palette based on Vespa's vintage scheme and worked with a few identity options. His current website uses a combination of the logos shown here.

Gabe Klein

Gabe Klein is a transportation expert, entrepreneur and author – as well as my friend and consultant. I designed his visual identity and website.

2016

 Gabe's visual identity conveys his background as a transportation commissioner who knows how to get projects done fast.   We chose a color palette based on Vespa's vintage scheme and worked with a few identity options. His current website uses a combination of the logos shown here.

Gabe's visual identity conveys his background as a transportation commissioner who knows how to get projects done fast. 

We chose a color palette based on Vespa's vintage scheme and worked with a few identity options. His current website uses a combination of the logos shown here.

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  Gabe is the former Commissioner of the   Chicago   and   Washington DC   Departments of Transportation. In both cities he revamped technology platforms and government processes while focusing on putting people first vs. automobiles on city streets. This included launching two of the   first   and   largest bikeshare   systems in the U.S. and building protected bike lanes and better pedestrian infrastructure for vulnerable citizens citywide, as well as facilitating private services like carshare and rideshare that could help each cities mobility goals.  As Commissioner, he has worked to bring a new   Riverwalk   to Chicago as well as the breathtaking   Bloomingdale Trail  ,   100’s of miles   of   bike lanes  , and new policies combined with technology solutions to revamp   parking  ,   permitting  , and many other arcane government processes in both cities. 

Gabe is the former Commissioner of the Chicago and Washington DC Departments of Transportation. In both cities he revamped technology platforms and government processes while focusing on putting people first vs. automobiles on city streets. This included launching two of the first and largest bikeshare systems in the U.S. and building protected bike lanes and better pedestrian infrastructure for vulnerable citizens citywide, as well as facilitating private services like carshare and rideshare that could help each cities mobility goals.  As Commissioner, he has worked to bring a new Riverwalk to Chicago as well as the breathtaking Bloomingdale Trail100’s of miles of bike lanes, and new policies combined with technology solutions to revamp parkingpermitting, and many other arcane government processes in both cities.